Johnny Knoxville is lucky to be alive and healthy after suffering brain damage when he got charged at by a bull in “Jackass Forever”.

Knoxville, who will be saying goodbye to extreme stunts with his appearance in the upcoming movie, suffered from the bull a broken wrist, broken ribs, and a concussion that resulted in a brain hemorrhage.

Knoxville told Howard Stern this week, “My cognitive abilities were in steep decline after that hit…. No one in my family is happy with the stunts.”

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He went on, “The bull hit was the worst hit I’ve ever taken from a bull or maybe period. I remember taking some tests. The neurosurgeon said, ‘Do you have trouble paying attention right now?’ I said, ‘Yeah, why?’ He goes, ‘Because you scored a 17 on [your attention].’ That’s out of 100.

“I had to go under all these type of treatments, this transcranial magnetic stimulation, which they buzz your head with these magnets for about 30 minutes at a time for like, oh God, I would say 10 to 12 treatments over a series of two months and it’s supposed to help with depression and help with my cognitive skills. It was a tough one to come back from. I was trying to edit the movie at the time but I couldn’t sit still.”

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Knoxville added that he thinks he’s “done enough” extreme stunts now after the bull hit.

“I did slip into a little bit of a depression with this last concussion. That hasn’t happened before,” Knoxville shared.

“I can’t take any more hits to the head…. My brain was just playing tricks on me. I got really depressed and over-focused on things. I did have to start medication for the first time in my life. It completely turned me around — that and doing therapy. It was a really hard recovery from this last injury but I’m great now. I feel like I’m the healthiest I’ve ever been.”

“Jackass Forever” hits theatres Feb. 4.