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Botox for Migraine & Hyperhydrosis

Botox for Migraine: You will receive a series of shots with a tiny needle (31 gauge, about the size of a toothbrush bristle). The Botox is delivered to strategic areas of your head and neck. The procedure is painless, though a slight pressure headache can develop for a short time following the treatment.

For persons suffering from chronic migraine (more than 15 headaches per month), Botox injections have been shown to dramatically reduce the number of migraine occurrences. Typically, many treatments are applied over a period of several weeks.

The treatments will be monitored for effectiveness, and the course of treatment will be determined according to the ongoing results.

Botox works for migraine headaches by blocking chemicals called neurotransmitters that carry pain signals from your brain. Botox is a roadblock in that pathway; stopping the chemicals before they get to the nerve endings around your head and neck.

 

Hyperhidrosis:
Botox treatment has been approved by the FDA for hyperhidrosis. The botulinum toxin is injected into the armpits or other areas of concern. There is minimal discomfort - the needle is slightly larger than a human hair.

Botox works by stopping the transmission of the nerve impulses that create the release of sweat. Persons treated with Botox notice a result within the first 4 to 5 days.

If you are looking for a Botox for Migraine & Hyperhydrosis, Lift MedSpa is located at 7704 E Doubletree Ranch Rd Ste 305 Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Contact us today and schedule a consultation with Clarke Krugman to talk about Botox for Migraine & Hyperhidrosis.

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