Botox Could Make You a Poor Judge of Others' Emotions
It's well known that Botox injections not only temporarily erase wrinkles, but also limit users' ability to make certain facial expressions. It's a small price to pay for a more youthful appearance, say fans of the treatment. But what if the plumping potion also reduced your ability to readotherpeople's emotions?
has found that Botox users are slower to register emotional expressions on other people's faces. The reason, say scientists, has to do with our tendency to mimic others' facial expressions, which in turn sends signals to our brain to help us decipher what those expressions mean. When those small facial muscles are paralyzed by Botox treatments, we can't make crucial mirroring expressions that help our brains interpret the feelings of––and empathize with–– people around us.
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