Botox can help to realign vision by weakening the muscles that are making the eye misaligned and changing their position.
Botox is injected into muscles, where it reduces or completely stops the spasms.
Injecting Botox into the bladder wall can help prevent the spasms that lead to urinary incontinence.
When injected into areas with overactive sweat glands, such as the armpits, Botox can block the nerve endings of the glands so they don’t produce sweat.
When injected in the head or neck, Botox may be able to lessen the agony of these headaches by blocking pain messages from the nerves.
In the 1940s, when the US government was researching biological weapons, Botox was considered as a possible way of subduing the enemy.
It contains molecules that attach to the nerve endings in your muscles to block impulses from the nerves which make those muscles contract. If those muscles can’t move, they can’t pull on the skin. It’s this action of muscles pulling on skin that leads to lines.