When you think of Botox, you probably think of women who go to their doctors to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. While this is, in fact, the number one most common use of Botox, it can have a tremendous impact on lives in several unique ways. Here are five of the most surprising uses of Botox in the medical world.
#1 – Eye Spasms
Believe it or not, those little ticks you feel in your eyebrows and eyelids never go away for some people. In fact, some have dealt with eye spasms of some sort for years, learning how to deal with it the best they can. While Botox is for aging these days, it was first approved by the FDA back in 1989 for the treatment of eyelid spasms and other problems related to eye muscles.