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There are many ailments that affect humans, some of which are fatal! Did you know that there are a few shocking symptoms of brain tumour that we may tend to ignore?
Even a slight headache can make us feel sick and tired throughout the day, so imagine what a condition like brain tumour, which comes with far worse symptoms, can do to you!
A brain tumour is a condition in which there is an abnormal growth and multiplication of cells in the brain. These cells can be either cancerous or non-cancerous in nature.
There are two types of cell abnormalities that can cause brain tumour. The first type is a tumour that originates in the brain.
The second type is a type of cancerous tumour that occurs when the cancerous growth from different parts of the body reaches the brain.
Cancerous brain tumours can be extremely hard to treat and the death rate is pretty high.
So, here are some of the most shocking symptoms of brain tumour that you should not ignore, have a look!
Tripping and falling, difficulty in opening locks, dropping things, etc., when experienced too often, can be signs of brain tumor, as your nerve impulses are weakened.
Another shocking sign of brain tumour is experiencing numbness in the hands and feet, also a tingling sensation all over the body that usually happens due to low blood pressure.
3. Memory Problems
If you notice that you are experiencing memory loss, confusion, difficulty in remembering certain specific events or words, etc., they can also be a sign of brain tumour.
Experiencing nausea, with no apparent reason, can also be one of the most subtle signs of brain tumor, often ignored by people.
5. Blurry Vision
If you have had your eyes tested and your results did not indicate any eye problems and yet you experience blurred vision, you must get tested for brain tumour.
6. Difficulty In Speaking
Some people with brain tumour may experience difficulties in speaking or articulating things, they may stutter or stammer due to a decreased cognitive function.
7. Facial Pain
If you have been experiencing sharp, shooting pain in various parts of your face, it could surely be another shocking sign of brain tumour.