Brain tumours can happen to anyone as I have recently found out with a member of my family being diagnosed. The signs and symptoms of brain tumours varies depending on the size, type and location.
Some of the most common systems include headaches, numbness or tingling in the arms or legs, memory problems, mood/ personality changes, balance/ walking problems, nausea/ vomiting, changes in speech, vision or hearing.
In recent research study it was found that a regular exercise regimen could predict a higher survival rate. Further studies are being conducted to see if fundamentally exercise could be associated with the risk of cancers progressing or coming back. If you would like further information on those area of research follow this link http://www.curetoday.com/articles/exercise-may-help-brain-cancer-patients-live-longer
If you would like any further information on the signs or symptoms of Brian tumours follow this link to the Brain Tumour Alliance Australia website.