Local doctors say patients are noticing a spike in migraines due to the pandemic.

Dr. Sarah Gibbons with Saint Luke's Neurology explains added stress, lack of routine, and fear of the unknown brought on by the pandemic creates a "perfect storm" to increase migraines or trigger them for the first time.

FOX4 talked to one local woman experiencing more migraines and Dr. Gibbons about what people can do to minimize the number of  episodes. 

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