Botox is a neurotoxin protein produced by the same bacterium Clostridium botulism and several other species. It hinders the release of acetylcholinergic neurotransmitter called acetylcholine by inhibiting the nerve pathway at the neuromuscular junctions. This causes botulism, a form of food poisoning. The Botox injections have to be made through the injection method. It is dangerous only if the dosage is not properly administered.Have a look at Botox in Calgary for more info on this.
Recently, doctors use Botox to treat patients with puffy eyes, excessive sweating in the armpits, and neck muscles drooping, resulting from aging. The toxin gets into the nerve cells through the nerves, and it is used in localized applications, such as the face, hands, and legs. The Botox injections are given in very small doses to produce a temporary paralysis, and it takes about 10 days for it to become permanent.
There are some common myths that the Botox injections can cause weakness or even paralysis of muscles, but the toxin has no effect on the muscles in the muscles of the body, but it affects only the nerves. In the nerves, the effect of Botox injections can be seen only after a long period of recovery from the Botox treatment. On the other hand, the Botox injections may produce any desired effect on the muscle cells affected by the Botox treatment. The Botox poison also does not affect the healthy muscles. The Botox poison is only injected into the muscles where it is expected to affect the muscle, such as the muscles of the face, but there is no direct relation between the Botox treatment and the status of the muscles.
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