Ozzy Osbourne, a British musician and songwriter, has discussed his physical difficulties and ongoing Parkinson’s disease struggle. He talked in-depth about his health problems in an interview with a publication, according to Fox News. “With the pressing on the spinal column, I got nerve pain,” claimed.
He also stated, “I’d never f—ing heard of nerve pain! You know when you’re a kid, and you’re playing with snow and your hands get really cold? Then you go in and you pour on hot water, and they start getting warm? And you get those chills? And it f—ing hurts? It’s like that.”
Osbourne said that he occasionally wanted it all to stop. “Oh God, please don’t let me wake up tomorrow morning,” I prayed at one point because it was “agony.” He also spoke candidly about being diagnosed with Parkinson’s. According to Osbourne, having the illness is like waking up in lead boots. He told the newspaper, “You think you’re lifting your feet, but your foot doesn’t move.
In 2003, Osbourne was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. He didn’t reveal his illness to the world until 2020, though. The musician formerly struggled with depression. “I hit a plateau that wasn’t as high as I had hoped. Not much felt really good. Nothing. I started these antidepressants, and they seem to be working okay “Osbourne said.
Osbourne underwent “major surgery” in June of this year as a result of his bodily difficulties. He has subsequently made a comeback to the stage to play, according to Fox News.
The singer’s back issues most likely resulted from a 2003 all-terrain vehicle accident in which he flipped his quads while riding around his home in London. His shattered clavicle, eight fractured ribs that were squeezing vital blood arteries, and injured neck vertebrae needed emergent surgery.