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is Botox a Poison?

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So is Botox a poison or not? There is so little Botox in each injection that it would take a lot to kill you. Yes Botox is poison but like many other commonly used drugs a little can be good for you while a lot can kill you. Botox is injected into the muscle to produce a paralyzing effect, but botox does not actually do anything to the muscle itself. It’s effect is only on the nerves, it blocks the signal from the brain to the muscle nerves, paralyzing the muscle.

Before and AfterIs there an alternative to Botox? Yes there are many great and incredibly effective anti wrinkle cream treatments for wrinkled skin. Most of the alternatives are completely natural and have no side effects. Botox can only be applied to certain areas of the face, throat, neck areas, around the mouth and eyes to name a few. While the Botox alternatives can be applied anywhere.

Botox is a drug derived from Botulinum Toxin A. – A deadly poison produced by Clostridium Botulinum – the bacterium that causes botulism. According to an FDA study injections of Botox can result in the development of fine lines and wrinkles in other areas of the face.

Wrinkles

anti wrinkle creamsWrinkles come from a variety of causes. As we age our skin becomes less elastic and does not snap back like it did when we were younger. This results in excess skin in some areas, and combined with fat that over the years has been pulled downward by gravity.

Botox has no direct effect on the wrinkles on the skin, only on the muscles. So you will see the best results if your wrinkles are caused by muscle movement and not by your skin.

Side Effects and Risks

The #1 side effect is droopy eyelid after the botox injection. This happens less than one-half of 1 percent of the time. Some people who have had this anti wrinkle treatment done complain of bruising after their injection. Some patients also complain of headache. All of your concerns should be addressed by the doctor during your initial examination.

Anyone with a neuromuscular disorder should not have Botox injections. Most doctors will not inject women who are pregnant, who are nursing, or who are trying to become pregnant.

Droopy Eyelids usually appear about five days after the injection, and lasts for one and a half weeks. Most patients do not even notice it themselves, and have it pointed out by someone else.

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