2. Mood Changes
Mood changes are very common with people who have brain tumors and brain cancer. This largely depends on which area of the brain the tumor is most affecting, and the mood changes have been commonly called one of the hardest things to deal with in the more advanced stages. This is commonly a symptom which starts off slowly and looks like simple irritability, but later moves over to something much worse – and people who have advanced stages of brain cancer are at a risk of doing and saying things which they normally would not.
This is often a symptom which is behind the most fear and discomfort for sufferers, and should be handled with plenty of empathy: If you haven’t had any conditions diagnosed which could cause the mood changes, make an appointment with a medical professional so that the cause can be tracked down – there are plenty of things that can cause a brain tumor, and all of them mean you should visit your doctor.