Ahh that makes sense. You CAN use “You made me lose my mind.” in this way in English, and it would probably be clear from context if you said it. But when I see / hear the context in isolation this is not where my head goes.
In English it can also mean all sorts of other things, like “You made me feel like I was going crazy.” or “You made me lose self-control (and act out of stupidity, foolishness, anger, any number of other things.)” and I think these other uses may perhaps be a bit more common.
Usually in English if someone is going to say that they are head over heels with someone, or really attracted to them, in this way, they’ll instead say: “You drive me crazy.” or “You’re driving me crazy.” (Like the Britney Spears song, or the 50 cent song, or Love Song by SWV, definitely a recurrent theme in music) Of course, “You are driving me crazy” can also mean “You are really annoying me.”
The more I think about this the more I realize how complicated language is haha.