Avocado: It is loaded with potassium, a vital mineral for keeping low blood pressure
Swiss Chard: The magnesium in it helps balance the body's stress hormone, cortisol.
Fatty Fish: The omega-3 fats in fish such as salmon, sardines and tuna manage adrenaline levels to help keep you calm, cool and collected.
Carrots: Munching on crunchy foods helps beat stress. Nutrient-rich carrots offer satisfying crispness that won't bog you down with too many calories.
Milk: Have a glass to get more B vitamins, protein, vitamin D and bone-building calcium to relieve tense muscles. Try drinking some milk around bedtime to bring on more restful sleep.
Nuts: Stress runs you down, which leaves you open to sickness. Almonds, pistachios and walnuts can boost your immune system with vitamins and zinc.
Dark chocolate: it lowesr levels of stress hormones. Chocolate also contains sugar , so it releases mood-improving serotonin. It's all right to indulge; just keep the portions in check.
Asparagus: Depression has been linked to low levels of folic acid, and one vegetable that boosts this mood-enhancing nutrient is asparagus.
Blueberries: They contain antioxidants and vitamin C, making them mighty stress-busters.
Oranges: Vitamin C is another vitamin known to lower blood pressure and the stress hormone cortisol.