botox-for-migrane.jpg A study revealed that Botox, works well for people suffering from chronic form of migraine. Migraine days declined by almost a third (26.9 percent) among the patients treated with Botox injections, compared to increasing 6 percent in patients who received placebo injections. The results of this findings are presented on June 23rd at the 48th Annual Meeting of the American Headache Society. The new information is an addition to the previous findings suggesting that Botox is efficient in reducing the frequency of headaches in Migraine patients. Currently, about 7 million Americans (approximately 2.4 percent of the general population) are suffering from Migraine. However, Botox is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of headaches. But it is being further investigated as a prophylactic treatment in migraine patients who suffer from frequent headaches.