Paul Sinha says he had a breakdown after being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. The Chase genius recently publicly announced he has Parkinson's. Now he has opened up about how the diagnosis affected him psychologically. He said during an interview with iNews, "I had been suffering from a frozen shoulder since September 2017. I'd seen a specialist who was convinced he could cure it, but nothing seemed to work. The next day in a cab, I decided to Google the words 'frozen shoulder' and 'Parkinson's.' And I knew I had Parkinson's. Looking back to those two works after the diagnosis I think I had a breakdown. Dancing on Ice is, I suspect out of the question. A lot of people have asked 'What can I do to help?' The answer is to treat me exactly the same as before." He waited 2 weeks after the official diagnosis to tell the public as he needed time to process the information and accept the diagnosis. Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease includes: Tremor, Uncontrollable movement during sleep, limp stiffness or slow movement, stooped posture, voice changes, cramped handwriting, balance problems, loss of sense of smell, nerve pain, constant urination or unintentionally urinating, constipation, erectile dysfunction in men, excessive sweating, dizziness, drooling, insomnia and an increased risk of cognitive and psychiatric conditions such as depression, anxiety and even dementia. To find out more about Parkinson's head over to the NHS website.