To prevent cancer, it is very important to maintain a good mood in life. In addition, it is also necessary to pay attention to some symptoms that appear in the early stages of cancer, and to achieve early detection and early treatment when abnormalities are found.
The earlier lymphoma is detected, the better. Keep these symptoms in mind1. Swollen lymph nodes
In most cases, the body will have inflammation before the lymph nodes appear. Most of these lymph nodes are benign and there is no need to worry too much. What needs to be paid attention to is unexplained lymph node enlargement. If the lymph nodes continue to increase and become larger within 3 months, you need to be more vigilant.
2. Sweating profusely at night
Inexplicably sweating profusely and being soaked while sleeping at night, this may be an early warning signal for lymphoma.
3. High fever that persists
Sustained high fever for several hours or multiple days for no apparent reason requires vigilance. For these people, antipyretics often fail to reduce fever. When the fever is higher than 37.8 degrees Celsius, it is recommended to go to the hospital to consult a hematologist in time.
4. Body itching and discomfort
When suffering from lymphoma, lymphoma cells will continue to reproduce in the body and produce cytokines during the reproduction process. These factors can irritate skin nerves, causing patients to experience skin itching, which may be local or systemic.
5. Weight loss
When you find that you have lost more than 10% of your weight without deliberately losing weight or dieting, it is likely to be caused by some major diseases, including lymphoma.
6. Inexplicable pain
Cancer will cause patients to experience inexplicable pain. As the disease progresses, the pain will become more and more intense, and it will be accompanied by symptoms of physical weakness.
The occurrence of cancer is closely related to some habits in our lives. We must not underestimate the impact of emotions on the body. You must learn to regulate yourself in daily life and do not stay in a bad mood for a long time.