my journey to a rejuvenated self

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my journey to a rejuvenated self

When you look in the mirror each day, do you like what you see? Do you tug at the skin on your face to pull the wrinkles away? If you don't like the aged appearance of your face, now is probably a good time to begin thinking about having one or two cosmetic procedures performed. I had struggled with my self-esteem for a few years before I broke down and had a few procedures done on my face. To learn more about my journey to a rejuvenated self, visit my website. There, you will learn about each procedure that I had performed and what the recovery time was like.

What Are Some Medical Uses For Botox Injections?

Botox injections are used for helping reduce the visibility of wrinkles and fine lines on the face. Many people get these injections around their eyes, on their forehead, and around their mouth and chin to fill in wrinkles and give them a more youthful appearance. Depending on where the injections are done, the results can last up to 12 months. Botox injections are also used by some physicians in treating certain medical conditions as well. These are some of the medical uses for Botox injections. 


Those who suffer from chronic migraines can benefit from Botox injections. Botox can be injected at the back of the base of the head or in between the eyebrows. This helps relieve migraine pain by relaxing the muscles in those areas. 

People who suffer from migraines also tend to frown without even being aware of it. The tightness of the muscles that is required to frown can actually make chronic migraines more painful. However, Botox injections can prevent a person from being able to frown, therefore pain is relieved in this way as well.


Hyperhidrosis is a condition in which a person suffers with excessive sweating in various areas of the body such as the hands, feet, face, armpits, or head. Botox injections have been shown to substantially reduce the amount of sweating a person has when administered to these locations. Botox injections are also safe enough so that these injections can be repeated as needed to keep this condition fully under control.


Botox injections are also used to treat those who have overactive salivary glands and suffer from frequent drooling. When injected into the salivary gland, Botox paralyzes the nerves in the gland and prevents them from overproducing saliva.

Eyelid Spasms

If a person has a condition known as blepharospasm, this means they have a movement disorder of their eyelids. The eyelids have frequent spasms and uncontrollable twitching. Botox injections can be given to keep this condition better controlled. Botox mildly paralyzes the muscles in the eyelids and prevents uncontrollable movement from occurring.

Those who have crossed eyes can also benefit from Botox injections. Botox relaxes the muscles of the eyes so that they are no longer crossed. Many who prefer not to have this condition corrected surgically instead opt to have Botox injections administered as frequently as needed to keep the eyes uncrossed without having to spend time recovering from a surgery.