Ozzy Osbourne Details His Battle with a Form of Parkinson’s Disease

In a new interview with Good Morning America, Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne appeared on shared that Ozzy has been diagnosed with Parkin’s II, a form of Parkinson’s Disease. Ozzy said the disease and his 2019 health issues have been “has been terribly challenging for us all” and that he does experience numbness. “I’ve got numbness down this arm from the surgery. My legs feel going cold, I don’t know if that’s Parkinson’s or what… It’s a weird feeling.”

This is not really a new development of news, as Ozzy has had the disease since 2005 and given many interviews about, although few in recent years.

Sharon elaborated a little more on Parkin’s II, adding it does affect Ozzy’s body but is not a death sentence.

“It’s Parkin’s II, which a form of Parkinson’s. There’s so many different types of Parkinson’s. It’s not a death sentence by any stretch of the imagination, but it does effect certain nerves in your body. It’s like you have a good day, a good day, and then a really bad day.”

Ozzy said he is currently on medication for Parkin’s II and will be traveling to Switzerland for further treatment. This is in addition to his injuries suffered in 2019 when he fell and aggravated old injuries from his old ATV injuries, suffered on December 8th, 2003, which were given as the reason for the post-ponement of his final world tour in 2019. Ozzy will release his new album Ordinary Man on February 21.