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Brain hemorrhage is alternatively known as brain bleeding .The brain is enclosed inside of the skull. If there is any leaking blood, the brain can become compressed and can damage areas in the brain. Bleeding caused by a blood vessel in the brain that has leaked or burst is called a hemorrhagic stroke.

With enough bleeding, the brain can become so compressed that oxygen-rich blood is unable to flow into the brain tissue. The lack of oxygen can lead to brain swelling. The pooled blood collects into a mass known as a hematoma. The extra pressure created as a result of the reduced oxygen can kill brain cells. A brain hemorrhage is a life-threatening medical condition, and it is crucial to receive medical treatment right away.

Complications can arise after a brain hemorrhage. The bleeding prevents the nerve cells from communicating with the parts of the body and the functions they control. Problems such as a loss of memory, speech, or movement in the affected area are common.

Depending on the location and the damage that occurs, there may be some lasting complications.
These complications can include:

  • Paralysis
  • Numbness or weakness in part of the body
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Vision loss
  • Inability to speak or understand words
  • Confusion or memory loss
  • Personality change or emotional problems

It is possible to recover from a brain hemorrhage, but proper treatment is crucial. Rehabilitation is typically needed to improve a person’s condition. Proper rehabilitation after a brain hemorrhage may include physical therapy to strengthen different parts of the body.

By – Assistant Professor – Swati Sharma
MLT Department
Uttaranchal (P.G.) College Of Bio-Medical Sciences & Hospital