KSHB: Neurologists see increase in stress-induced migraines amid the pandemic

June 18, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, neurologists are seeing many patients with worsening or more frequent migraines.

KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Gibbons, a neurologist at Saint Luke's who specializes in migraine and headache, about what is causing this trend, as well as one patient who has found an effective treatment after decades of searching.

Watch the full story below.

KSHB shares some preventative steps you can take at home to help avoid migraine triggers.

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