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Your symptoms don't seem to be related to the meningioma. It could be due to anxiety and migraines. However, if there is subsequent evidence of tumor growth, I suggest active treatment with surgery. For younger patients in good overall medical condition as you, early definitive intervention is an appropriate alternative to active surveillance.
You should have a sleep-drived EEG test and an ambulatory EEG test so that EEG can be recorded during your symptoms.
In general, the ideal treatment of a benign meningioma is surgical resection if possible. Considering the location of your meningioma, surgery is appropriate.