1 Take two tablets per day, with or without food.
2 Take Steady Mood all month long, not just when you’re menstruating.
3 Benefits accumulate and strengthen with each cycle of use.
Steady Mood is nutritionist-formulated with the most effective natural ingredients for physical, emotional, and cognitive PMS symptoms.
A well-documented mood-lifter, vitamin B6 helps the brain make “happy neurotransmitters” like serotonin. A large body of research reveals it to be safe and effective for PMS mood issues and cyclical breast pain.*
Helps with: Mood swings, breast pain, side effects of hormonal birth control*
This uplifting spice is a powerful antioxidant. Saffron’s time-honored antidepressant properties have been repeatedly confirmed by modern science. Studies show it can naturally tweak brain chemistry to lift the mood and curb an overactive appetite.*
Helps with: Mood swings, cravings*
Research involving thousands of menstruating people shows that those who don’t get enough calcium have the worst PMS. When used as a PMS remedy in clinical studies, calcium supplements have been shown to correct an array of bothersome symptoms.*
Helps with: Mood swings, bloating, cravings, breast pain, muscle aches, fatigue*
Deemed the “miracle mineral for periods” by naturopaths, magnesium is a calming nutrient that soothes muscles, the sleep cycle, and our stress response. Research shows it prevents migraines and relieves fluid retention that causes bloating.*
Helps with: Mood swings, bloating, headaches, muscle aches, disrupted sleep, stress*
An esteemed adaptogen, rhodiola is the ultimate stress-relieving herb. It’s ability to stabilize emotions, clear the head, and energize the body and mind have been treasured for millennia and validated by modern science.*
Helps with: Mood swings, stress, brain fog, fatigue*
This antioxidant nutrient is essential for the metabolism of all hormones. Zinc nourishes the ovaries and supports healthy ovulation (the key to a happy period!)—no wonder why low zinc has been linked to worse PMS, irregular periods, and period pain. In clinical studies, zinc supplements have done wonders for clearing acne.*
Helps with: Mood swings, acne, stress*
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We distilled decades of clinical research to create our easy anti-PMS solution. We consider randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials to be the gold standard.
106 ingredient studies
9,904 menstruating people studied
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Recently I finally acknowledged how much hormonal fluctuations affect my mood. I have always struggled in the week or so before my period with anger, sadness, irritability, an overall negative/paranoid attitude. Over the past year or so I have tried quite a few natural remedies specifically meant for PMS, but Steady Mood has made the biggest difference, by far. I honestly feel SO much better now, it’s really been life-changing. I feel much happier overall and I’m able to deal with things without them feeling huge and overwhelming. And when something does come up that makes me feel a certain way, I am more easily able to think, reflect, and then communicate from a better place, instead of just lashing out. I am really grateful to have tried Steady Mood and I’m planning on taking it for a while!
I heard about Steady Mood from a podcast on Spotify. I was hesitant to try it, but the other reviews on DeLune’s website were encouraging. I have to say this product is GREAT. (You have to consistently take it though.) I began using Steady Mood at the end of April, and since then I have noticed a positive change. I used to suffer from really bad mood changes and depression before my period, but now I don’t. Steady Mood has been a great addition, and I love that it is all natural.
After finally noticing the pattern of my extreme drop in mood and attitude towards life during the second half of my cycle, I went to the Dr. and was diagnosed with PMDD. She prescribed me an SSRI and told me my other symptoms were just "part of the deal." Needless to say, the SSRI stunk. I was so discouraged and thought this was something I had to live with forever. I had also been trying the "FLO" method of cycle syncing which I wasn't seeing results from. Enter Steady Mood. After seeing reviews with stories really similar to mine, I ordered a few bottles and prayed out of pure desperation. I am now about a week into my second bottle and I am a DIFFERENT PERSON. For one, I have about a week until my next period and I have NO breast pain. That alone is enough to praise this product—I could hardly put a bra on before without wincing. Secondly, my mood is drastically, drastically improved. I finally feel like I have two feet on the earth again. I'm not worrying about the depression that attacks me after ovulation. My relationships are no longer rocky. My crying spells are gone. Brain fog is gone. My attitude toward life and work is balanced. My sex drive is back. I just feel like myself again! I was skeptical that a supplement could REALLY work as well as people have said, but this is an absolute life-changer. I am so much more myself, so much more at ease. I apologize for writing an essay but I genuinely love to come back to this page and read about other peoples' stories. I encourage you, if you have PMDD symptoms, please try this, give it a few weeks, and reap the benefits. Thank you De Lune!
Drastically reduced headaches and increased energy to easily get through the day. These will forever be a part of my vitamin regimen.
I was skeptical about this product because I’ve tried everything besides prescription medication or birth control to manage my PMDD symptoms. I would have crying spells, panic attacks, or angry outbursts. I felt very out of control on how I would act on a day to day basis. I’ve been taking these for almost a month and I noticed I significant difference in my anxiety and overthinking, as well as mood swings. I feel soooo much more calm and it’s honestly a miracle supplement for me. Overall, I think these would definitely be worth a shot if you’re struggling with the same.