When you hear the word Botox, you automatically think of a way to get rid of wrinkles and fine lines. But the high popular filler isn’t just for wrinkles and is actually used for a number of things. Botox, or botulism toxin as it’s known in the medical community, has been used for a slew of different medical conditions and here are a few:
1.    Muscle spasms
Botox is the main treatment for uncontrolled muscles contractions since it’s a muscle relaxant.

2.    Overactive bladder
Botox is used to treat an overactive bladder and is known to help reduce incontinence in those who can’t take oral incontinence medications.

3.    Chronic migraines
Those that suffer from chronic migraines and headaches can feel some relief when Botox is used. But it doesn’t prevent migraines from happening, but can reduce how many a person gets a day and how long a person has them for.

4.    Upper limb spasms
Sometimes a person’s wrists, elbows or fingers can have uncontrollable spasms from medical conditions such as stroke, cerebral palsy, brain trauma, multiple sclerosis or a spinal cord injury. Botox is often used to relax muscles so that patients can engage in basic daily activities like dressing themselves.

5.    Uncontrollable neck spams
Medically known as Cervical dystonia, one can have uncontrollable neck spasms that force the head into weird and awkward positions that can be quite uncomfortable. Botox is one way to treat this condition since it can relax the neck muscles so that the head can easily return to its normal position with little discomfort.

6.    Excessive perspiration
When someone perspires a lot from their underarms, a shot of Botox into their armpits can help alleviate heavy sweating since it blocks the nerve signals that call on the sweat glands to start producing sweat.

7.    Uncoordinated eye movements
Known as strabismus, people who suffer from uncoordinated eye movements find relief thanks to Botox. People who have this condition will have poor depth perception and double vision and Botox helps relax the eyeball’s muscles that pull it out of alignment.