Former Black Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne, who was recognized with Parkinson’s illness in 2019, opened up concerning the bodily and psychological challenges of the degenerative situation in a latest interview.
“You think you’re lifting your feet, but your foot doesn’t move,” Osbourne informed The Observer in an interview printed Sunday. “I feel like I’m walking around in lead boots.”
“I reached a plateau that was lower than I wanted to be,” the rock legend added. “Nothing really felt great. Nothing. So I went on these antidepressants, and they work OK.”
Osbourne’s 2019 prognosis was preceded by a rest room fall requiring the 73-year-old to get metallic plates drilled into his backbone, just for the screws to come back free in 2020. He stated the ache “got so bad that at one point I thought: ‘Oh God, please don’t let me wake up tomorrow morning.’”
“You learn to live in the moment, because you don’t know [what’s going to happen],” Osbourne informed the newspaper. “You don’t know when you’re gonna wake up and you ain’t gonna be able to get out of bed. But you just don’t think about it.”
Osbourne described the ache as “fucking agony” however had a profitable operation in June 2022. He finally credited his spouse Sharon for standing by his facet through the ordeal, which adopted two staph infections, a COVID-19 prognosis and blood clots.
“Without my Sharon, I’d be fucking gone,” he informed The Observer. “We have a little row now and then, but otherwise we just get on with it.”
The English couple have been married in 1982 and lately introduced their intention to depart america amid rampant gun violence to maneuver again to their 350-acre Buckinghamshire property. The home is at the moment being fitted with air-conditioning, a swimming pool and a recording studio.
“I’m fed up with people getting killed every day,” Osbourne informed The Observer. “God is aware of how many individuals have been shot at school shootings. And there was that mass capturing in Vegas at that live performance. … It’s fucking loopy.