Botox Approved By FDA As New Treatment For Chronic Migraines

Migrane Treatment Botox

Chronic migraine sufferers have a new and unusual treatment option in the form of Botox injections. More than 3.2 million people suffer from chronic migraines and are always seeking relief from the throbbing pain and sensitivity to light and sound that impacts their ability to comfortably live their lives. While pain killers and other therapies can often take the edge off, full relief was not available for all who suffer from this excruciating condition until the FDA approved Botox for this purpose.

Some people wonder whether they have a tension headache or suffer from migraines. While one should go to a physician to find out if he or she has migraines, there are some differences that one can notice including throbbing pain, usually on one side of the head, feeling worse with movement, sensitivity to light and sound, and sometimes even nausea.

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