Botox is a common procedure that many people go through to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. But, did you know that it can also cause the muscles in your face to be paralyzed?
This means that you won’t be able to drink anything for at least 10 hours after getting Botox injections.
Drinking water is important when getting Botox because it will help prevent dehydration and constipation while the body adjusts to its new state of being without any muscle movement.
This article discusses how drinking water can help with post-Botox side effects. — There are many side effects that come after getting Botox, and drinking water are just one of them.
Drinking plenty of fluids helps prevent constipation from happening, which can happen due to the muscles in your bowels being paralyzed by Botox injections.
It’s important to drink at least 64 ounces (and no more than 128 ounces) every day for about a week following your procedure.
The article discusses how this will help with post-Botox side effects like dehydration or constipation.
Note: You should also avoid eating solid foods while you’re on an empty stomach because it may cause vomiting when the food enters your oesophagus if you have any muscle movement.