Selena Gomez’s health concerns are no longer news to her fans. The “Wolves” singer, who has braved many health concerns, recently got candid about the relief she felt on learning she has bipolar disorder while speaking with Elle Magazine for their September issue.

"I could take a deep breath and go, ‘Okay, that explains so much,’" she told the magazine regarding her mental health. 

"There were all things that honestly should have taken me down," Gomez admitted. "Every time I went through something, I was like, 'What else? What else am I going to have to deal with?'"

Shedding some light on bipolar disorder, The National Institute of Mental Health describes the mental condition as a "brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks."

In 2014, the “Lose You To Love Me” singer had to go for a kidney transplant and chemotherapy after she was diagnosed with lupus.

Besides the matters of health, Gomez also went through a very public heartbreak. “I’m a very communal person,” Gomez says. “I find happiness when I’m with people I love. My lupus, my kidney transplant, chemotherapy, having a mental illness, going through very public heartbreaks—these were all things that honestly should have taken me down."

She later reflected on times, when the only thing that helped her get through hard times, was that one thought of helping people. “Every time I went through something, I was like, ‘What else? What else am I going to have to deal with?’”, “‘You’re going to help people,’ ” she told herself. “That’s really what kept me going. There could have been a time when I wasn’t strong enough and would have done something to hurt myself.”

She added that staying off social media has helped alleviate her anxiety and that she gave her passwords to her assistant in 2017.

“I’m like, ‘I’ve got to do something [more]. After I’m gone, I want people to remember me for my heart,'” the songstress explained. “This tiny little phone that had 150 million people on it — I just put it down. That was such a relief for me.”

Gomez also shared some shots from the photoshoot on her Instagram. Check them out.

Selena Gomez Selena Gomez attends the American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. 24, 2019, in Los Angeles. Photo: Taylor Hill/FilmMagic