Brain Tumor Symptoms
Your brain is the control center of your body. It is a part of the neurological system, a complex system that includes the spinal cord and a vast network of nerves and neurons that control and implement the functions you do every day. Brain disorders occur when your brain is damaged by injury, disease, or health conditions.
Brain Disorders: The symptoms of brain disorders typically depend on the cause of the condition. Brain disorders may affect the main areas of your brain that control how you move, think, and behave. Some tumors can constrict the blood vessels in your brain.
There are some common symptoms brain disorders may present:
- confusion or problems concentrating
- headaches or migraines
- seizures (convulsions)
- memory problems
- change in the way you normally behave
- problems with your vision (double vision, for example)
- lack of muscle control