Ozzie Osborne: I don’t have much time – EU

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I don’t have much time, British singer Ozzie Osborne said, Skenews reported.

The contractor confirmed that he had been suffering from Parkinson’s disease and had been battling the disease. “Overall, I feel fine, but my forces are leaving me,” said the former Black Sabbath frontman.

The 71-year-old musician has also indicated that he has thought about the end of his earthly days. “It doesn’t make me happy. The end of each of us is inevitable. I was scared of death when I was younger. But now,” Osborne said.

Ozzy Osborne (by birth name John Michael Osborne) became known mostly as a soloist on Black Sabbath. He was the lead singer of the British Rockies from 1969 to 1977. After that, Osborne began his solo career. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of the current in rock music Heavy metal.

Parkinson’s is a disease caused by the dysfunction of nerve cells that produce dopamine. This substance plays an important role in the human nervous system. Dopamine is associated with the motivation and awareness of human actions.

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