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Symptoms of Brain Tumors are located below. If you think you have a brain tumor, there are herbal remedies from Alternative Medicine including essiac, ellagic acid, and graviola, and electromedicine therapies include devices from Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky. Cancer is the result of symbiotic organisms that turn parasitic from eating a too acid diet. Avoid cancer by changing your diet to a more alkaline pH diet.

 



Today's medicine promotes early detection by looking for tumors and lumps, but it does not offer prevention. Symptoms may not be visible until damage has been done. Alternative Medicine explains the cause of cancer and how to prevent it through regulating urine pH with an alkaline diet. It really is that simple.

There are two types of brain tumors: Primary brain tumors start in the brain; secondary (metastatic) brain tumors start from cancer cells in other areas of the body that spread to the brain. Primary brain tumors may be cancerous or non-cancerous. Death can occur from cancerous growth within the skull's limited space. Both non-cancerous and cancerous tumors can cause symptoms when they take up space in the skull. About 2% of deaths from cancer in the U.S. are due to primary brain cancer, and 20% are due to secondary brain cancer.

Symptoms of Brain Tumors
As tumors grow, they can compress brain tissue resulting in symptoms that depend on where the tumor is located.

Hydrocephalus results when a tumor blocks the flow of cerebrospinal fluid causing the accumulation of fluid and increased cranial pressure. Symptoms can include nausea, headaches, and vomiting.

If the tumor is located in the frontal lobe, symptoms may include:

• Inflammation of the optic nerve, and loss of vision.

• Reduced sense of smell.

• Behavioral and emotional changes.

• Reduced mental capacity, memory loss, and judgment.

• Paralysis on one side of the body.


If the tumor is located in the parietal lobe, symptoms may include:

• A reduced ability to write.

• A reduced ability to speak.

• Seizures.

• Unable to recognize.

• Spatial disorientation.


If the tumor is located in the occipital lobe, symptoms may include:

• Seizures

• Loss of vision in one or both eyes.

If the tumor is located in the temporal lobe, there may be no symptoms, but some experience:

• Seizures.

• Impaired speech.


If the tumor is located in the brain stem, symptoms may include:

• Difficulty in speaking.

• Emotional and behavioral changes.

• Headache.

• Difficulty in swallowing.

• Weakness of muscles in the face which result in tilting or a crooked smile, or one side of the body which results in unnatural gait.

• Drowsiness.

• Vomiting.

• Hearing loss.

• Loss of vision, drooping eyelids, or crossed eyes.

If the tumor is located in the meninges, depending on which area of the brain is compressed, symptoms can include:

• Headache.

• Mental and emotional changes.

• Incontinence.

• Drowsiness.

• Loss of vision.

• Hearing loss.

• Difficulty in speaking.

• Seizures.


If the tumor is located in the pituitary gland, hormone secretion may increase, resulting in excess milk in women, and discontinuation of menstruation. Men may experience impotence.

Metastatic brain cancer may invade any part of the brain, with various symptoms.

Rather than watch for symptoms, it would remove the fear of it by knowing the cause of cancer and how to prevent it. Below you will also find herbal and electromedicine cancer cures.

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