RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR The latest images of Putin Shocked! Is his disease Parkinson’s?

The illness has inflamed claims about Russian President Putin’s movements, which were displayed at an Easter mass in the Russian capital Moscow. Finally, Putin’s physical condition, from sitting to breathing, which was recently displayed with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, has been the subject of discussion, and the swelling, distraction, and testy facial expressions on the nape and face of the Russian leader have attracted attention. Not so long after these discussions, the 69-year-old Russian leader appeared at the Easter mass held at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. In the footage from the mass, Putin was again seen to be nervous and constantly biting his lips. The images have had wide repercussions both on social media and in the world’s press. While many newspapers claim that Putin is nervous about his failure in the Ukrainian war, the British newspaper Dailymail has re-raised the long-discussed ‘Parkinson’s disease’ claim about the Russian leader. Experts who studied the behavior of Putin, who was observed to have dry mouth and was obviously slow-moving, claimed that the Russian leader had similarities to Parkinson’s patients. Professor Erik Bucy, a body language expert at Texas Tech University, noted that Putin’s legs look slim, which may be due to november and weight loss. Parkinson’s is a slowly progressive neurodegenerative disease. Symptoms such as decreased facial expressions, slowing down of movements, and trembling of the hands or fingers are usually seen in discomfort where one side of the body is affected. Earlier images of the Russian leader also showed features similar to Parkinson’s, but the Kremlin flatly denied the claim.

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