Can your regular headaches be the reason of brain tumor?

A tumor is a mass of tissue which is formed by a growth of abnormal cells. Generally the cells in your body grow old, die and are replaced by new cells. With the cancer disease and other tumors, something interrupts this cycle. Tumor cells produce, even though the body does not require them and nothing like normal old cells, they don’t die. As this procedure goes on, the tumor continues to develop and more and more cells are added to the mass.

Common signs and symptoms caused by brain tumor may consist of:

brain tumor symptoms
  • Headaches that slowly becomes more repeated and severe
  • New start or change in pattern of headaches
  • Sickness: with a tumor, feeling nausea (sick) may also be worse in the morning
  • Drowsiness: As the tumor raises and the pressure within the head increases, you may sleep more than usual or you may get yourself falling asleep throughout the day.
  • Confusion in daily matter
  • Vision problems like double vision, blurred vision or loss of peripheral vision
  • Unexplained nausea or vomiting
  • Continuing loss of movement or sensation in an arm or a leg
  • Trouble with balance
  • Speech difficulties
  • Hearing problems
  • Personality or behavior changes
  • Seizures, particularly in somebody who doesn’t have a history of seizures
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