Jan 21, 2020, 3:40 pm
Ozzy Osbourne revealed in an interview that he was diagnosed with Parkinson's in February 2019.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne talk about his health in an exclusive interview with Robin Roberts from "Good Morning America". After a fall last February, Ozzy was diagnosed with a mild form of Parkinson's disease. Ozzy said: "It was a terrible time for all of us. I played my last show on New Year's Eve 2018. I fell badly in early 2019. I had to have an operation on my neck, which damaged my nerves. The doctors then found that I have a mild form of Parkinson's disease. " Sharon adds: "It is PRKN 2. There are many different forms of Parkinson's. The disease is anything but a death sentence, but it affects certain nerves in the body. After two good days, you can have a really bad day." Ozzy emphasizes that the support of his fans helped him enormously during his time of health problems: "They are my air that I need to breathe. I feel better now that I can tell them that I have Parkinson's. And I hope they stay with me and are there for me because I need them. "Ozzy's Parkinson's disease and nerve pain are now being treated with medication. His new album "Ordinary Man" will be released on February 21st. You can see the full "Good Morning America" interview here.
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Author: Ronny Bittner