The English singer, songwriter, and television personality by the name of Ozzy Osbourne. He became well-known in the 1970s after becoming Black Sabbath’s main singer. Around this period, he started going by the nickname “The Prince of Darkness.”
His most recent album, Ordinary Man, was just released. His first EP since 2010 is this one. Nevertheless, despite the upbeat demeanor he exhibits to his fans, very few people are aware that this rock singer is dealing with a serious medical condition.
The Prince of Darkness discussed his current medical problems. His Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis is included in this.
Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder that progresses and ultimately becomes fatal. It affects about 10 million people around the world. By killing the neurons within those cells, the disease interferes with the capacity of nerve cells to communicate with one another and transmit signals to the brain.
The symptoms will initially manifest as tremors and then progress to affect speech, mobility, and balance.
The media has already been informed that Osbourne has Parkins’s Syndrome. This illness is inherited, much like Parkinson’s disease. The fact that he did not use drugs to cause his tremors also helped to reassure everyone.
He wanted to keep his sickness a secret, but he decided that the moment had come to be honest with his fans.
When he spoke to ABC’s Robin Roberts this time with his manager and wife Sharon, he wanted to be frank and honest about his health.
“I’m not good with secrets,” Osbourne freely confesses. “Because, you know, I feel like I’m running out of excuses, I can’t carry it around any longer.”
Sharon also told ABC that they were still hunting for answers. They will seek professional advice in Switzerland to learn how to strengthen their spouses’ immune systems.
“There are many different types of Parkinson’s; it’s not fatal by any means, but it does harm parts of your body’s nerves,” she said.
The rocker had Parkinson’s illness as well as neck surgery. This happened after his terrifying fall, during which he struck his face and had the metal rods removed from his body that had been inserted after an ATV accident back in 2003.
His collarbone was broken when he went off the quad bike. He also sustained fractures to his ribs and cervical spine.
Additionally, he had surgery on his right hand in 2018 as a result of a staph infection. He contracted pneumonia in 2019 after getting the flu. Both of these occurrences led to the cancellation of his tour.
In response to a question about his admirers, he said, “They’re my air, you know. I’ve developed. I’ve admitted that I suffer from Parkinson’s. I really hope they hang on and are there for me because I need them. I need to see my people, you see. I feel as though I am severely missing them.”
This 71-year-old decided to have fun despite everything. In fact, he uploaded a picture of himself enjoying an ice cream to Instagram. Osbourne keeps a positive attitude. He wants to tour and interact with his fans.