Whilst everyone would agree that there isn’t a cure-all food to magically erase frustration, you can get some stress relief through a combination of exercising, eating small meals throughout the day and getting more of these fresh goodies.

There are a number of foods that we can eat that will give us the feel good factor, lets look at the type of food that we can eat to assist us.

1. Carrots

Munching on crunchy foods also helps beat stress. Nutrient-rich carrots, celery and other crunchy, fresh veggies offer satisfying crispness, but won’t bog you down with too many calories.

2. Whole-wheat pretzels

Eating carbohydrate-rich foods give you an energy boost and triggers the brain to release a feel-good chemical called serotonin.

3. Tea

Calm frazzled nerves with a steaming cup of your favourite tea blend. The soothing warmth and tea’s plant compounds work together to level off your body’s response to stress.

4. Nuts

Stress runs you down, which leaves you open to sickness. Almonds, pistachios and walnuts are high in the antioxidant vitamin E and zinc, both good for boosting the immune system.

5. Spinach

Spinach is full of magnesium, which can help control and limit your body’s release of the stress-spiking hormone cortisol.

6. Yoghurt

Work more calcium into your diet with non-fat or low-fat yoghurt, which contains probiotics that help create a healthy and calm digestive system.

7. Dark chocolate

Research indicates that dark chocolate, that is, with 70 per cent or more cocoa, may lower levels of stress hormones.

8. Banana and Avocado

What do these fruits have in common? They’re loaded with potassium, a vital mineral for keeping blood pressure low.

9. Fatty Fish

The heart-healthy omega-3 fats in fish such as salmon, sardines and tuna manage adrenaline levels to help keep you calm, cool and collected. They’re also good for just about every part of your body, including the eyes, skin and hair.