Botox Injections Reported to Cripple Human Emotions

In the recent times, social media and the modern progressions have brought the “stay young forever” fever to the majority of our society. Age-defying procedures have become common practices among people at a very young age.

In the world of “health and skin care” Botox injections are very popular for treating the signs of aging and other dermal disorders. Botox or Botulinum toxin was initially used for the treatment of immovable eyelids, migraine, excessive sweating, and dry skin etc. Nowadays, several risks and hazards associating with Botox Injections, used against aging factors, have been reported.

A recent report by Green Med Info claims that these injections not only target our face but also have devastating effects deep down that skin. They are asserted to impair the emotional state and cognitive abilities of humans.

Sayer Ji, the founder of Green Med Info, enumerated that the Botox injections not only anesthetize our facial nerves but also destroy the brain’s response to the emotional stimuli. He further contended that these injections can affect human consciousness profoundly.

A study from the University of Queensland in 2015 illuminated a fact that Botox injections have the power to reach the central nervous system and impact its natural working. Professor Frederic Meunier from the UQ, Brain Institute, mentioned that these injections are potent enough to let our nerves go toxic. Their travel through the nerves is a horrified warning to the usual functions of CNS.

In 2010, a study concluded that Botox causes peripheral degeneration of facial musculature and selectively hinders the processing of emotional language.

Additionally, several studies have proven Botox to be a venom to the emotional processing of the body. It restricts facial expressions and blocks the cranial nerves responding to the emotional stimuli.

In 2014, a study reported that Botox induces loss of facial movements. It alters the cortical circuits involved in dealing out tactile responses.

In 2016 a study was conducted where people were given some statements and they were to rate them as emotional or not. The researchers found out that Botox users found those statements less emotional than the others and their expressions too were a bit cold regarding the statements. The researchers also found Botox users to be a little slower at categorizing those statements.

Extending his explanation, Sayer Ji threw light upon the facial feedback hypothesis which states that facial expressions play a fundamental role in regulating the emotional behavior of an organism. These expressions basically account for the feedback of skeletal muscles in response to different emotional situations.

The researchers have directed people to avoid the use of these injections because their side effects surpass their benefactions.

People should switch to more natural ways to maintain youth gracefully. These ways are thought to be far less invasive. They may offer minimum side effects and outperform those expensive surgeries and injections which bring beauty and a young-looking glow with plentiful side effects.

A healthy diet rich in nutrients is one of the most plausible, natural, accessible and easy ways to maintain your young age. Vegetables and fruits rich in vitamins, proteins, and having high water content are good for skin. Low fat and sugar diet radiate the skin.

Natural remedies employing the use of honey, fruit extracts, lemon, turmeric, baking soda, papaya, cucumber, and several natural herbs could be used effectively for a healthy, glowing and a young looking skin. They could be easily traced out on search engines. They offer minimum damage to the skin and maximum advantages.

Algae are found to own an antioxidant named Astaxanthin. It is proven to be a powerful anti-aging agent. The different cosmetic products like sunblocks, sunscreens, and cleansers etc. made up of natural formulas could be helpful too.




Areeba Hussain

Areeba is an independent medical and healthcare writer. For the last three years, she is writing for Tophealthjournal. Her prime areas of interest are diseases, medicine, treatments, and alternative therapies. Twitter @Areeba94789300

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