If there is one group of people that are more concerned that most about the sorts of things that they put into their bodies, it is athletes. That is because of two main reasons. Firstly, because athletes are all about performance. They will have nutritionists and exercise coaches on standby at all times, so that they can work out the optimum things to eat and drink, and the best ways to exercise every day, so that they can be as strong, fast, or accurate as they need to be for when they compete. The second reason is because there are incredibly strict international rules about what kind of substances an athlete can and cannot have within their body. Any that enhance their energy levels will be considered cheating, and they would be immediately disqualified from any competition. Before going any further, we feel obligated to say, that if you are considering Botox, make sure to see a medical professional that has taken a proper instructional course in Botox injection.
However, what about the opposite reaction: what about a substance that does not increase energy levels, but decreases them? Obviously an athlete would avoid these substances like the plague, but they mainly concentrate on things that they eat and drink. Few would consider Botox, but if you are an athlete, and you are considering receiving Botox – either cosmetically, or as part of a medical procedure – then you should check with your governing body whether or not it is permitted.
You should be reassured, however, that Botox does not affect energy levels in athletes whatsoever. That means that you will not have to worry about feeling lethargic or tired after receiving it, as well as not getting a boost! Botox is a drug that does not interact with your body in that way, and so you can make your decision about whether or not to receive it without having to concern yourself with your energy levels.