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Brain tumor symptoms, 10 unusual signs that can appear in the eyes and face
Written by SOT.COM.AL 8 Qershor 2023
A brain tumor is a condition characterized by abnormal growth of cells in or near the brain.
There are mainly two types of cancer, malignant (cancerous) or benign (non-cancerous). When it comes to brain tumors, be aware that regardless of whether these cells are cancerous or not, brain tumor formations can have a severe impact on the way your brain works (this is especially true when these tumors grow large enough to pressed tissue).
According to studies, there are over 150 different types of brain tumors. While some can form inside the brain, some of these tumors can also form in your spinal cord or spine.
Brain tumor: Are you at risk?
Who is at risk of a brain tumor? To understand the signs and symptoms, let's take a closer look at who is at risk of developing brain tumors. As we age, our risk of developing most cancers, including brain tumors, increases. The risk of brain tumors is greater in those aged between 85 and 89 years.
According to researchers, brain tumors develop when certain genes in a cell's chromosomes are damaged for internal or external causes, leading to a clear reduction in their ability to function properly.
The DNA present in chromosomes directs body cells to grow, divide or reproduce. When this brain cell's DNA changes, it gives the brain cells a new set of instructions, where the body begins to develop abnormal brain cells that grow and multiply faster than normal and sometimes live longer than normal. When this happens, the ever-growing crowd of abnormal cells takes up space in your brain.
Other risk factors for brain tumors include:
-Exposure to certain chemicals
-Diet and lifestyle factors (A diet high in saturated fat and low in fruits and vegetables may increase the risk of brain tumors.
Unusual face and eye brain tumor symptoms
-Blurred or double vision
-Limited field of vision, loss of peripheral vision
- Problems with looking up or controlling eye movements
- Abnormal eye movements such as eye twitching
Symptoms of brain tumors that can be distinguished on the face:
-Difficulty in swallowing
- Weakness in the face
- Numbness of the face