A growing number of chronic migraine sufferers are treating their headaches with Botox and finding relief. "Some [patients] benefit more than others," said Dr. Jason Krutsch, director of Interventional Pain Management at the University of Colorado Denver, "but in general, patients are able to function better, sleep better, mood is elevated, depression and anxiety are lessened, and migraines have decreased by nine days per month in most patients."

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