Botox, which has been frequently used for facial enhancements such as fuller lips and face lifting, will now cure migraine.
A statement released by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday approved the use of Botox as a treatment for chronic headaches. Now, people who are victims to chronic migraine may be administered Botox injections every three months for ease. The statement also adds that the injection is not effective for patients who suffer from migraine less than 14days in a month or patients suffering from other forms of headache.
Earlier this year, UK became the first country to approve Botox for migraines and now US has followed in the footsteps.