Friday, June 25, 2010

Emotional over Botox

Dr. Adam Mamelak was interviewed by the Toronto Star today regarding a new study looking at the effects of Botox on emotions. The study suggests that facial muscles - often the same muscles that are relaxed with botox treatments - may play a role in the strength of the emotions we experience. While the study investigators suggest that Botox treatments can dampen our emotional response, Dr. Mamelak pointed out that this is balanced with the positive effects Botox has in improving self-esteem and self-confidence. Feeling more attractive and appearing more well rested can certainly have beneficial effects on all of our moods. Read the full story here:

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