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5 ADHD YouTube Channels You Should Check Out Today

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Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a very common disorder impacting over 6.1 million individuals, with many individuals only recently coming to the realization that they live with ADHD due to under or misdiagnosis. It’s nice being able to find people who not only know what they’re talking about, but who have experience living with the condition or have done extensive research on the psychological impacts of having it.

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After scouring YouTube, I’ve come up with five ADHD YouTube accounts that talk about common themes and traits that come with living with ADHD for different groups of people. 

Here are some YouTube accounts to check out if you’re looking for some extra ADHD insight from people who just get it.

1. Stacey Machelle

Stacey Machelle is a Black woman committed to de-stigmatizing and educating Black women who live with ADHD.


2. HaileysComment 

Hailey is an upbeat mental health YouTuber who raises awareness about life with ADHD, bipolar disorder, and anxiety.


3. ADHD Support Talk

ADHD Support Talk is a podcast channel on YouTube lead by internationally recognized ADHD expert Tara McGillicuddy. The podcast is about helping people with ADHD live their fullest lives. 


4. ADHD Love

This channel is primarily for people who have children with ADHD. ADHD Love’s goal is to give basic information that helps parents formulate proper decisions for their kids.


5. Me With ADHD

Me With ADHD is a ADHD lifestyle account, where the YouTuber takes you through his life with ADHD including parenting, hobbies and hyper-fixations, and more.

Lead image courtesy Stacey Machelle’s YouTube channel

Originally published: August 4, 2022
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