Who would have thought that Botox injections could alter your emotions as well as your wrinkles?
Apparently when the muscles that allow you to frown are paralyzed by the Botox injection, it short circuits the intensity of the emotion causing you to frown in the first place.
Under ordinary circumstances, the brain would send messages to the muscles to cause them to react by frowning, but when they can’t, it eases some of the emotion when the action of frowning is not sent back to the brain.
In essence, there is less emotion and a less wrinkled, calmer, you. The problem is that the same thing happens when you smile.
Are the women in danger of losing that emotion, too?