Natural treatments for premenstrual dysphoric disorder include dietary supplements such as vitamin B-6 and L-typtophan, according to Mayo Clinic. Patients can also treat symptoms by exercising and staying rested. Because many PMDD symptoms are emotional, yoga and meditation can help reduce stress.
To help deal with the extreme mood changes that come with PMDD, patients should avoid stressful situations. Smokers can find relief by quitting smoking, suggests Mayo Clinic.
Supplements such as vitamin E, evening primrose oil and magnesium may also help with PMDD, asserts WebMD. For mood-related symptoms related to PMDD, patients may use bright light therapy. Other natural treatment options are black cohosh, ginko biloba and chasteberry.