Recognizing The Signs: 10 Common Brain Tumor Symptoms to Be Aware Of!

8. Balance and walking problems

Balance problems

Benign brain tumors that affect the cerebellum can cause balance and walking problems. This is because the cerebellum coordinates and controls the muscles and balance of the body.

If a tumor develops in the cerebellum and is left untreated, it can cause pressure on the brain, as well as interfere with communication between the brain and the body, resulting in impaired coordination.

The individual may feel dizziness, unsteadiness, difficulty with movement, confusion, and fatigue. In addition, other neurological symptoms such as clumsiness, difficulty with fine motor skills, and tremor can also be experienced. A benign brain tumor can lead to long-term health and mobility problems if left untreated.