Lady GaGa has openly talked about mental health in the past, and with the release of her new single, Perfect Illusion, she's opening up even more about her struggle with depression and anxiety.
In a new interview with The Mirror, the pop songstress recalled feeling "traumatized" after skyrocketing to fame, even revealing she's still taking meds for it.
The starlet shared:
"I needed a moment to stabilize. When my career took off, I don't remember anything at all. It's like I'm traumatized. I needed time to re-calibrate my soul."
As you probably know, GaGa took a couple years off after releasing her last solo album Artpop in 2013.
And while she shares her rise to the top was "the single greatest blessing of my artistic career," the 30-year-old remembered feeling "exhausted - like I was dying."
The mental health activist has since put herself first, adding "I definitely look after my well-being":