Bizarre Headache Remedies That Actually Work

2. Botox

Lyn Talent receives a free Botox injection

Woman getting Botox | Win McNamee/Getty Images

Getting regular Botox injections may reduce chronic migraines, according to Health. While most people seek the treatment to reduce wrinkles, the FDA approved Botox to treat migraines in adults. The treatment often involves several injections around the head and neck, given approximately every 12 weeks. And while getting Botox for cosmetic reasons can be costly, some insurance carriers may cover costs for migraines.

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