As you get older, you have become more resistant to body pains. It’s like you have this off switch in your mind – your head hurts; there’s an aspirin. The stomach is a bit queasy; you take an Advil. You are experiencing leg pains; apply stress relief gel or put some mint patches. The back is literally killing you; you think it’s because you’re getting old and there’s Tylenol in your bag.
Are you like that? Do you just ignore body pains and pop a pill every time you feel something is off with your body? If you are, then, you better hear this out.
STOP POPPING PILLS AND STOP IGNORING YOUR BODY PAINS.
It could be a symptom of something serious and you’re just managing the pain because you think it’s NOTHING. It’s not “nothing” – these pains are SOMETHING that you need to check just to make sure that you don’t have an underlying medical condition.
Dr. Natalie Azar mentions four body pains that can potentially be an underlying symptom of a major medical condition.
Waking up in the morning is supposed to be refreshing but when you get up from bed and experience this throbbing headache regularly, then, stop the aspirin and go to your medical specialist. Headaches in the morning can be a symptom of cancer or brain tumors. If your head pain is accompanied by numbness of your hands, then, you have to act fast and go to the emergency room immediately.
For your information, there are two types of brain tumors. There is the malignant brain tumor and there is the noncancerous brain tumor. Other symptoms of brain tumor include seizures or experiencing faint, nausea, problems remembering or memory loss, balancing issues while walking, slurring, blurry vision and hearing difficulties.