Diseases Brain Tumor

Brain Tumor

The brain tumor is an abnormal growth of cells within the brain, which could be cancerous or non cancerous. It's defined as any intracranial tumor created by abnormal and uncontrolled cell division, generally either in the brain, lymphatic tissue, in the cranial nerves, in the brain envelopes, skull, pituitary and pineal gland or spread from cancers mainly located in other organs. The true brain tumors are commonly situated in the posterior cranial fossa in children and in the anterior two thirds of the cerebral hemispheres in adults, though they affect any part of the brain.

Causes and Risk Factors
The exact causes of brain tumor are not yet known and health practitioners can rarely explain why an individual develops a brain tumor and another doesn't. However, it's clear that this disease is not contagious and no one can catch the disease from another individual. Research has proved that individuals with certain risk factors are more probable than others to develop this disease. Anything that increases an individual's chance of developing a disease is known as a risk factor. Given ahead are the risk factors associated with an increased chance of developing a primary brain tumor:

Race : This disease occur more frequently among white individuals than among people of other races.

Being male : In general, brain tumors are more common in males than females. However, meningiomas are more common in females.

Age : Most brain tumors are detected in individuals who are 70 years old or older. However, they are the second most common cancer in children. Brain tumors are more common in children younger than 8 years old than in older children.

Family History : People with family members having gliomas might be more likely to develop.

The symptoms of brain tumors depend on the size of the tumor, type and location. Tumor might be caused when a tumor presses on a nerve or injures a certain area of the brain. They also might be caused when the brain swells or fluid builds up within the skull. Given ahead are the most common symptoms of brain tumors:

• Nausea and vomiting
• Headaches
• Changes in speech, vision or hearing
• Problems balancing or walking
• Changes in mood, personality or ability to concentrate
• Muscle jerking or twitching
• Numbness or tingling in the arms or legs
• Problems with memory

Homeopathy for Brain Tumor
People who visit the homeopath generally have confirmatory evidence about the disease in the form of MRI or CT scans. The homeopath view that the disease lies in the fact that there is an abnormal growth taking place inside the brain, however, that on its own is not the disease and is only a manifestation of the disease which is leading to the growth in the first place. Homeopathy goes to the root of the cause and destroys it so that it never happens again.

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