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Paul Sinha fears Parkinson’s is affecting his memory

OHMYGOSSIP — Paul Sinha worries his Parkinson’s is getting worse every time he gets a quiz question wrong.
‘The Chase’ quizzer was diagnosed with the disease – which affects the sufferer’s nervous system – in 2019 and has been growing increasingly concerned his health is deteriorating whenever he gives an incorrect answer to something he would have previously known.
However, he is “quite pragmatic” about it as he’s come to realise that “everybody does it “and some things will “fall-out” of his head while others “stay in”.
In an interview with Radio Times magazine, the 51-year-old doctor-turned-comedian said: “Every time I get a question wrong in a quiz that I used to know the answer to, I think, ‘Should I be worried?’
“And then I realise that everybody does it. I’m just quite pragmatic about it.
“Yes, I’m 51, and I’ve got Parkinson’s – things are going to fall out of my head, things are going to stay in my head.”
But Paul – who married partner Oliver Levy in December 2019, six months after going public with his Parkinson’s diagnosis – has at least found a positive from it; he now is determined to seize the day and won’t let nerves stop him from trying anything.
He said: “I’ve become a musical comedian since I’ve got Parkinson’s. I’ve always wanted to and the one thing that stopped me before is that I can’t sing. Now I don’t care that I can’t sing.”
It was June 2019 when Paul went public with the details of his diagnosis, saying he would fight the disease with “every breath I have”.
He said: “Whatever the next stage of my life holds for me, many others have it far worse.”
And after vowing to carry on working he asked for people to treat him exactly the same as before.
He added: “A lot of people have asked ‘What can I do to help?’ The answer is to treat me exactly the same as before.”

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