Common Signs and Symptoms of Brain Tumor

A brain tumor is an assortment, or mass, of strange cells in your brain. Your skull, which encases your mind, is exceptionally rigid. Any development inside such a limited space can cause issues. Cerebrum tumors can be cancerous or noncancerous. At the point when benign or harmful tumors develop, they can increase the pressure inside your skull. This can cause brain harm, and it very well may be hazardous.

Primary or secondary tumors are the two categories of brain tumors. A primary tumor begins in your cerebrum. Numerous primary brain tumors are benign. A secondary cerebrum tumor, otherwise called a metastatic brain tumor, happens when malignant cells spread to your brain from another organ, like your lung or breast. Brain tumors are not restricted to a certain age group, it can happen at any age. The exact cause of these tumors in the brain is also not known yet.

Symptoms

Side effects of brain tumors fluctuate contingent upon the type, size, and exact area in the cerebrum. Signs and symptoms include:

Seizures

Brain tumors can put pressure on nerve cells in the brain. This can meddle with electrical signals and lead to a seizure. A seizure is now and again the primary indication of a brain tumor, however it can occur at any stage.  Around 50% of individuals [1] with brain tumors experience at the very least, one seizure.