Knowing More About Brain Cancer

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Mar 13th, 2013
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Brain is the center of our nervous system, a body organ that works as the coordinating center of sensation and intellectual. It is considered as one of the most important part of our body as it controls everything on us.

But what if our brain breaks down? What if we suffer from a brain disease called brain cancer? Definitely, our brain could not function properly. A person with a brain cancer may suffer from a severe pain such as headache. He/ she may even experience other type of pain as the cancer can also affect the nervous system. A person suffering from a brain cancer will usually encounter different type off sickness, nausea and vomiting. In a study, it is said that the most common effect of brain cancer is seizure, although it can be control through some medication.

Individuals, who are dealing with brain cancer, may also experience a range of neurological effects, which include memory loss, difficulties with coordination, speech, hearing and eye movement. Brain cancer can also lead to severe depression. And whether it’s caused by the chronic pain or just a result of the situation, depression can be very difficult to deal with.

There are different groups that can help you through your struggles, you don’t need to be good in English or learn Thai language or any different language to get through them. You can easily search them online or in your local areas. This group includes individuals who have the same battle as yours and survivals. Spending time with these people can help you, at least cope up in your situation and can help you be motivated that there is always hope. However the best support group a brain cancer patient could ever have is through his/ her family and friends.

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