The organisation adds: “These symptoms can happen with other illnesses, too. If you have some of these symptoms, talk to your doctor, who can help find the cause.”
The NHS has also outlined some less common symptoms of lung cancer, which some people may not be aware of.
These actually include changes in the appearance of your fingers, such as becoming more curved or their ends becoming larger. This is known as finger clubbing.
Some people may also notice swelling of their face or neck, or persistent chest or shoulder pain.