Botox is often associated with beauty, but have you ever considered it for migraines? In a study of adults who get chronic migraine headaches, injections of Botox decreased the total number of headache days experienced. In another study, nearly half the participants who had two rounds of Botox injections reported that the number of headache days each month decreased by half. After five rounds of treatment, 70% of the people of the participants experienced a decrease in headache days. Botox is a neurotoxin that blocks the chemicals known as neurotransmitters that send pain signals in the brain. Think of it as a big STOP sign on a road – it stops the signals of pain from getting through to the nerves. Botox treatments are administered every 12 weeks to ensure maximum efficacy. Botox is an excellent tool in fighting migraines