What is Botox?
Botox or known as Botulinum Toxin (BTX). It is a drug used for very beneficial purpose in today generation. It is generalized under the category of proteins. BTX or Botox is a neurotoxic protein. BTX is produced by bacterium ClostridimBotulinum. It is used for very useful purposes. BOTOX is also the brand name for a very pure dilute botulinum. It is famous for its use in removing the wrinkles on face by paralyzing some muscles. Botox is highly poisonous if not taken in correct amount. A small amount is used to treat various situations. It also stops the neurotransmitter acetylcholine to be released from the axon end at junction of neuromuscular. This cause the flaccid paralysis.
Botox: Its work
As we know that Botox is widely used for removing the wrinkles. These effects are not permanent and also have some risk attached to it. The risk can be paralyzing wrong muscles or changing the facial expression. It is sold under many commercial names like Vistabel, Dysport, Bocouture, xeomin and Myobloc. It is also used to treat excessive sweating, muscle disorder, bladder disorders, bowel disorders and migraines. There are many Advanced Dermal Filler Training where much information like Introduction of Facial Rejuvenation, The Ageng Process, Facial Assessment, History of Botox, Botox Pharmacology, Preparation & Storage, Precautions and Side Effects, Muscular Facial Anatomy etc. It is made by mixing the powder in sodium chloride & injecting it into neuro muscular tissue. The effecting time period is about 24-72 hours. Toxin takes 1-3 days for disrupting the synaptosomal process.
Some of the health hazards due to the wrong dose are Headache, unwanted weakness, Mild pain, malaise,Transient numbness, Brachial plexopathy, local edema, Dysphagia, Bleeding, Blurred vision and many other. So these should be kept in mind before using this. You should also have proper Advanced Botox Training.