Popular podcaster Lucy Jackson is the latest in a string of Australian celebrities to be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
The Jagger and Stone co-founder revealed her condition on Friday on an episode of her podcast, Happy Hour With Lucy & Nikki.
She said she was “relieved” to find out she had ADHD. Because her pattern of behavior that she has experienced in her life so far has been explained.
Podcaster Lucy Jackson (pictured) is the latest in a string of online celebrities to be diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
“It’s actually very reassuring because I’ve been doing a lot of research into ADHD symptoms and the characteristics and behaviors of people with ADHD. So many things make a lot of sense to me right now,” he said. She told co-hot.Nikki Westcott.
“It’s not like I can stop doing it or be more mindful, but it’s like, ‘Wow, I get it now.'”
“One thing I read the other day was, ‘Do you constantly lick your lips, bite the skin around your nails, or scratch yourself? And I literally seemed to do all these things religiously.
The Jagger and Stone co-founder revealed her condition on a Happy Hour episode with Lucy and Nicky Podcast on Friday
She said she was “relieved” to find out she had ADHD.
Feminist author Clementine Ford and reality TV star Abby Chatfield recently said they have ADHD.
In a touching Instagram post in June, Clementine, 40, said she had been diagnosed with both ADHD and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) by a specialist psychiatrist.
Addressing her 214,000 followers, she explained, “I feel all the typical emotions that people feel when a giant piece of a puzzle falls into place.”
‘Relief to finally understand how and why my brain works the way it does. Sadness when I blame myself for being incompetent, “stupid” and unreliable. And I’m optimistic about a future that may not contain so much turmoil and anxiety.
That’s after feminist author Clementine Ford, 40, (pictured), said she was diagnosed with both ADHD and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) by a specialist psychiatrist.
The best-selling author said he was proud of his many accomplishments in life while being neurodiverse.
Meanwhile, Abby, 26, revealed she was “finally” diagnosed in May and has since been open about the lengthy process of getting on medication.
The reality star confirmed the news on her Hot Nights with Abbie radio and said she had been trying to get a diagnosis for her condition for 18 months.
Meanwhile, 26-year-old Abi Chatfield (pictured) revealed she was “finally” diagnosed in May and has since been open about the lengthy process of taking medication.
Abby also said that after spending considerable time trying to get an appointment with a psychiatrist, she was disappointed that the process was so difficult and “inaccessible” to many.
ADHD is a mental health condition with symptoms such as poor concentration, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior.
According to the Mayo Clinic, the adult condition is treated like childhood ADHD with medication and counseling.
Other Australian celebrities who recently revealed their disorder include Married At First Sight’s Clare Verrall and Jessika Power, sexologists Chantelle Otten and Paris Hilton, and media personality Em Rusciano.
ADHD is a mental health condition with symptoms such as poor concentration, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior. According to the Mayo Clinic, the adult condition will be treated with medication and counseling, similar to her childhood ADHD.