Botox: Effectively Reduced Depression - West Orange, NJ
- updated 2 years ago
After reading an article on the possible effects...
- 12 Jul 2009
After reading an article on the possible effects Botox could have treating patients who suffer from Depression and Bi-Polar Syndrome, I contacted a well known clinic, for further information. While the study was not definitive, I discovered Botox, if given effectively, could indeed reduce Depression in patients by eliminating, or reducing, the constant frown that often accompanies depressive states.
I decided to have the procedure done, and within days I realized, especially waking in the morning, that my face did not look as bad and I actually began to feel better.
Botox is not, I repeat, is not a replacement for medication but it certainly helped to change my overall state-of-mind. Succinctly, I felt better.
It has been well over a year since my initial post...
- 11 Feb 2011
After two years and, as this last month (August...
- 6 Sep 2011
As I mentioned above, I recently visited Dr. Neigel again and received Botox in my brow - she is just so wonderful and easy to deal with that the visit was a pleasure. After two weeks since my visit, can tell the difference. Personally I think Botox works even better when you are feeling right with the world, and I am feeling right with the world.
Thanks Dr. Neigel!
Botox not only reduced wrinkles but, and more importantly, had a direct and nearly immediate impact upon my disposition and state-of-mind.