There’s a growing body of evidence that says nutrition plays a role in dysmenorrhea. Learn how Vitamin B1 is one of the most important nutrients that influences your period pain.
For many, the world of dietary supplements is confusing. To demystify things, De Lune's Lead Dietitian has reviewed hundreds of clinical studies to determine the best nutritional supplements to prevent and treat dysmenorrhea (common period cramps).
While dysmenorrhea (common period pain) and other period symptoms are widely experienced, effective solutions are startlingly limited. We reviewed hundreds of scientific studies to identify the most evidence-based herbs that can treat period pain.
Studies show that more than 80% of women who take ginger report an improvement in dysmenorrhea symptoms. Explore the science behind ginger's ability to relieve even your most severe period pain.
There are a number of studies that demonstrate how zinc reduces dysmenorrhea and other painful period symptoms. Learn how you can take advantage of zinc's unique properties to better manage and prevent cramps, spasms, and more.
Dong quai can manage painful periods and dysmenorrhea by regulating uterine contractions, reducing spasms and cramping. While there are several herbs with these properties, dong quai is one of the most potent. Learn how you can take advantage of dong quai's medicinal advantages to better manage your period.
Considering the role vitamin B6 may play in relief of PMS-related anxiety and depression, low-B6 levels can worsen the negative symptoms of these conditions. Discover how to relieve common PMS symptoms by boosting your intake of vitamin B6.
Fenugreek is one of the oldest known medicinal herbs in recorded history. Find out how recent studies show fenugreek can reduce period pain and dysmenorrhea in a majority of women, all without the potentially dangerous side-effects of NSAIDs like Advil or Ibuprofen.
Dysmenorrhea—the medical term for painful periods—can greatly impair your ability to function. Discover how magnesium can be a solution to many period symptoms.