Botox and Falling Asleep
Botox should not be affected by anything you do outside of the office once injected. Please speak to your physician if you are concerned. Best, Dr. Emer.
Sleeping on face after Botox
I would not recommend that anyone do this. However, I've had more than a handful of patients ask me the same question after Botox and none have caused any problems with their injections. If you're doing to develop an eyelid droop or other issue it will likely develop within the first couple of weeks. I hope this information is helpful for you.
Stephen Weber MD, FACS
Denver Facial Plastic Surgeon
There is just about NOTHING that you can do or not do that affect where your Botox is or will go. Just go about your normal routine and enjoy the effects of the Botox.
Side-effects of Botox
You should have no concern. The main problem patients get into after Botox is rubbing or massaging the area. Drooping will not occur during a later period of time after 3 days or so
Worried about eye droop from Botox
Thanks for your question. It can take up to a week for Botox to take full effect, so you may need to watch for a bit longer. I don't think you need to be too worried that your results will be ruined, though; I've had similar things happen to patients before and they all did well. If you do happen to develop lid droop, know that it doesn't usually last for more than a couple of weeks and there are eye drops that can help to reverse it. Best of luck to you!
I was exhausted and fell asleep (laid the side of my face down on my arm) an hour & 15 mins after my Botox, is this a problem
Thank you for submiting ypur question. Sleeeping 1 hour after ypur injection should not affect your final results. Best Wishes.
Botox and aftercare
Botox tends to set within an hour after treatment and other than commonsense avoidance of vigorous rubbing of the areas treated, there is no particular aftercare. It used to be thought that position such as lying down could affect Botox but that was never proven and is no longer the advice given. So there should be no issue with falling asleep an hour and 15 minutes after a treatment. If still concerned, I would recommend to follow up with the treatment provider.
Botox and laying down
Thank you for your question. Chances are you'll be fine if you had previously good experiences with the text. The laying down after Botox timeframe has not been studied. If something does happen, then it should happen around the same timeframe as the rest of your results.
Botox and falling asleep
You will be fine. If botox traveled that easy it would migrate south while standing upright due to gravity. The rules about position are really just more tradition.
Pressure on Area after Botox
We don't want heavy massaging or intense exercise for the first few hours after Botox injection to allow the Botox to "grab" at the intended site, but I wouldn't expect any adverse events after falling asleep on it even after an hour. Don't lose any (more) sleep over this! I think you will be just fine.