September 18, 2018 Tags: Botox, Dr. J.J. Wendel Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery News, Botox for depression, uses for Botox, benefits of Botox
In a study that examined the connection between Botox and depression, scientists discovered that many patients reported better moods and fewer depressive symptoms after receiving the popular neuromodulator. The reason why Botox improves your mood is because it blocks the nerve signals for certain muscles in your face, limiting their movement. When the muscles are restricted, it becomes more difficult to physically react to negative emotions, and as a result, more difficult to feel negative emotions.
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