Thursday, August 02, 2012

Brain Cancer Symptoms

Brain is the center of life. All life
activities, every details, can only
occur through a sophisticated
mechanism regulated by the
brain. At the same time, brain also
must perform thousands of
activities at once. All above can be
simultaneously implemented
because they are regulated by
different parts. Yes, brain has
many parts that have different

► Headache, accompanied by
vomitus and nausea. 30% of early
brain cancer symptoms are
headache. It varies from mild to
severe and episodic, generally get
worse at night and waking in the
morning with vomiting because
of high intracranial pressure.
► Decreased awareness
► Mental instability and behavioral
changes. It can be a mild mental
change called psychomotoric
asthenia, which only can be felt by
close relatives like: irritability,
emotional instability,
forgetfulness, anxiety, depression,
loss of initiative and spontanity.

Remember, all former symptoms
are progressive and can be found
at 65% cases.

► Speech disturbance
► Reduced vision
► Hearing loss
► Walking imbalance
► Weakened extremities (upper
and lower)
► Convulsion, etc.

Remember, the list above is only
about symptoms. Even if you
experience one or more
symptoms, it doesn't directly
means you are affected by brain
cancer. To make sure, you should
contact a neurologist and
undergo further examination,
especially head CT-scan, MRI, etc...!

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