Ozzy Osbourne Survives Parkinson's Surgery

Ozzy Osbourne Survives Parkinson's Surgery

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The Black Sabbath frontman, dubbed “The Prince of Darkness,” took to Twitter to inform his followers and offer a heartfelt “thank you” for their encouragement in the days leading up to his procedure.

Osbourne reported that he was doing well after being rushed to the hospital. I want to let everyone know how much I appreciate their thoughts, blessings, and good wishes as I continue to make a full recovery.

Even though, complete operation details are still unknown, many are connecting this with health conditions in the past.

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A COVID-19 infection was a cause for concern for Osbourne in April, just before treatment was even a possibility.

The celebrity is highly susceptible to hospitalisation by Covid due to a variety of ailments.

The celebrity, who has previously disclosed his emphysema, faced a traumatic upper-respiratory illness in 2019 (COPD).

Because of his emphysema, he told GQ, “I’ve got emphysema, so if I get this virus, I’m f-ed.”

After breaking his neck in a mishap in April 2019, Osbourne also had 15 bolts placed in his spine.

The pop singer has been seeking professional help since the fall because he has a “cloud of doom” hanging over his head due to his terrifying medical issue of Parkinson’s.

When asked about being alone, he said, “Me left to my own devices is always a poor f idea” in March on Sirius XM’s Ozzy Boneyard Channel. In the mornings, when I first open my eyes, I feel like a cloud hanging hovering over me.

Ozzy revealed his diagnosis of the brain condition in January 2020 on a Morning Show, although he had known about it since 2003.

The Parkinson’s disease is currently in its early, moderate stages. Not nervous at all, he assured Radio.com in February of that year. According to my doctor, I unknowingly pass at least ten persons with the disease every day.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that many healthy people can take a break from wearing masks.

You don’t break out with an acne on your forehead, but you could began to walk a little strange.

Motion slowing, tremors, and other signs are common in those with Parkinson’s disease.

The substantia nigra, a region of the brain, suffers cell death and more damage from the disease over the course of many years in those who have it.