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Penn Medicine Seeing More Patients Suffering Worsening Migraines During COVID-19.
Katherine Hamilton, MD, an assistant professor of Clinical Neurology and director of the Penn Headache Program, spoke with CBS News about worsening migraines during the pandemic. “The migraine brain likes things to be stable, regular. With the pandemic, things are thrown up in the air, like getting your regular sleep schedule, regular exercise,” she said. One of Hamilton’s patients, Vicki Livolsi, shared her migraine experience during the pandemic, and what she has done to get relief.