Selena Gomez is slowly widening the iris on the Hollywood limelight. The "Kill Em With Kindness" singer opened up on a Thrive Global questionnaire and revealed some insight on her post-Rehab daily routine. Gomez checked into rehab for the second time in October for anxiety, depression and her overall mental health. The singer also works hard to keep her lupus at bay. The singer reportedly received treatment near a facility in Nashville,Tennessee. Before revealing her mental health state, the singer announced in August she would be taking time off to deal with the autoimmune disease.

Earlier this year, Gomez was on tour for her "Revival" tour.

Selena Gomez reveals why she went 3 months without a cellphone

The Thrive Global questionnaire asked about Gomez's relationship with her phone. The pop singer answered, "I recently took 90 days off. During that time I did not have my cellphone. It was the most refreshing, calming, rejuvenating feeling. Now I rarely pick up my phone, and only limited people have access to me."

It almost seems impossible to be sans-cellphone in this day in age but even a celebrity like Selena Gomez can find a way to do it. She also says she handles emails over the phone.

What's the first thing Selena Gomez does in the morning post-rehab?

Well, it isn't picking up her cellphone to check her social media accounts like a lot of us.

Gomez says she drinks good 'ol H20, stretches and takes a deep breath. The questionnaire also states that staying healthy physically and mentally is what gives the singer energy. She says the last time she felt burnt out was three months ago when she took time to take care of herself.

Selena Gomez and Mental health awareness

Selena Gomez made a rare public appearance at the 2016 American Music Awards to accept her award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female. An emotional Gomez talked about the importance of taking care of oneself and being authentic. Gomez is quickly becoming a voice for those who suffer from mental health illnesses. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 Americans battle with mental health illnesses.