Brain haemorrhage is a type of stroke that is caused when an artery in the brain bursts, causing internal bleeding. When a brain artery bursts, it leads to bleeding in the local area. As a result, the brain cells in the area cease to function, or, as is otherwise known, die.
Paralysis is a condition in which the muscles in a given part of the body lose the ability to move, because of which there is a loss of function in that particular area. The most common body parts that are affected with paralysis are the hands, legs, torso or even the face.