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(CBS News)   Botox being tested to help with depression and anxiety. If nothing else, it gives people the appearance of being happy   ( cbsnews.com) divider line
    More: Strange, Botox, study testing Botox, Dr. Eric Finzi, Botox injections, veteran Vivian Cooke, Botox treatment, frown lines, Chevy Chase  
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2017-04-20 11:56:09 AM  
FTA: "Fear, anger and sadness - all go through this muscle," Finzi told CBS News, pointing out the area between the eyebrows where frown lines appear. "So Botox basically inhibits the muscle and calms it down, so it becomes more difficult to feel those negative emotions."

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2017-04-20 01:14:31 PM  
And here we see the Phase I clinical trial:

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2017-04-20 07:50:04 PM  
It gives them the appearance of having had a stroke.
 
2017-04-21 12:21:42 AM  
I just got botox for my headaches, my doctor just called that area my "anger lines". I haven't noticed a mood difference,  but I am happier that my headaches are less frequent, and of course my face looks better.
 
2017-04-21 02:11:51 AM  

seriously.though: I just got botox for my headaches, my doctor just called that area my "anger lines". I haven't noticed a mood difference,  but I am happier that my headaches are less frequent, and of course my face looks better.


My SO suffers from frequent near-migraine level headaches and botox works wonders for her. Apparently you can RBF your self until you wreck your self.
 
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