If you've recently had Dysport treatment, you should be aware of the importance of proper post-treatment care. To ensure that the Dysport stays in the correct position and that the results are uniform and effective, it's important to avoid lying down for four to six hours after your appointment. This means that if you usually sleep on your stomach or side, you should take extra precautions the night of your treatment. The best sleeping position after Dysport treatment is on your back. This will help keep the Dysport in place and prevent it from shifting due to pressure from your body.
To make sure you get the most out of your treatment, it's best to schedule your appointment early in the day so that you can stay awake and active for the entire four to six hour period. If you usually sleep with a partner, you can still do so after Dysport treatment. However, it's important to use pillows to keep nighttime movements at bay that could cause hugs or sexual intercourse. This will help prevent any accidental shifting of the Dysport. Unfortunately, people who sleep on their side aren't safe either. Even if you use pillows, your face will still come into contact with the sheet or pillow, which can cause the Dysport to move in your muscles.