Botox only works on the muscles of facial expression. It has no effect on your ability to concentrate. Botox can also help with migraines if placed in the glabellar area. For the best cosmetic results please consult a board certified dermatologist with experience with Botox and facial injections.
Botox only works on the muscles
Botox should not affect your ability to concentrate. Botox is a chemical that prevents the muscle and nerve from "talking" so that the muscle doesn't understand the signal sent from the brain to contract. The muscles contracting due to concentration will not occur, but the ability to concentrate should not change.
Botox will only keep your muscles from moving and will NOT affect your ability to think or concentrate. I have personally used Botox and love the results. Good Luck. #Dr. Gervais
Have no fear, having Botox will not impair your ability to think or concentrate. It will just keep your muscles from moving . You will love the results.
Botox treatment for glabella and concentration
There is no impact of Botox on your ability to concentrate. It is a very safe and effective cosmetic treatment for your frown lines, and will not impact your analytical capability. ~ Dr. Benjamin Barankin, Toronto Dermatology Centre.
BOTOX for Forehead Wrinkles
BOTOX is a drug that slows down or weakens muscle contraction. The frowning process is for non verbal communication or emotion and not related to the process of concentrating or thinking. Go ahead and get treated, I think you will like the results.
Dr. Brian Windle
Botox does not interefere with cognative processes
Botox has zero to do with your ability to think and do analytical problems. Absolute zero! My Best, Dr C
Botox to the glabellar region will not impact one's ability to concentrate. One should get reduction of the wrinkling with no other significant issues
Will Botox injections to the forehead (glabella) make it harder to concentrate?
I do not believe Botox in the glabella will make it harder to concentrate as the corrugator muscles are not associated with cognitive function. They are purely muscles of expression. If you feel frowning or squinting helps you think/concentrate better, then you will need to weigh the benefits, but I do not feel that they are connected.
Can you concentrate after Botox
There is no scientific data that shows any lack of concentration after Botox Cosmetic in the glabellar (in-between the eyebrows) area. I have personally had it in that area as have thousands of our clients and none of them nore myself have had any issues with concentration.