You've probably had rough moments at work as some businesses, and other industries are getting tougher and even more competitive than before. In one way or another, something's bound to come up, and you'll have to deal with it.

After everything's over, how do you cope with stress? Some people deal with stress through recreation, playing sports and games. Socializing is also good, as it allows people to connect. Eating can be a way to deal with stress too.

However, stress-eating might steer you away from the right kind of food. You might go on a full force binge-eating session of your favorite #Foods. These would probably be comprised of meals like potatoes and steak, beef casserole, and chicken pot pie.

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It might even get worse especially if you're still craving for ice cream or a chocolate bar.

Does this list satisfy you? You might want to think differently this time.

Be a mindful eater

Instead of giving in to your cravings, it may be helpful to focus on particular foods that help alleviate stress overall. After a stressful day, be mindful of what you put into your mouth. According to PopSugar, these are different foods that contain minerals and vitamins which are responsible for producing neurotransmitters in your brain. These neurotransmitters are capable of combating stress.

Don't be surprised

These foods are the opposite of what you expected. Most of these have omega-3s and B vitamins that take care of your mood so get these foods ready.

  • Oatmeal

Do you even eat this at bedtime? We're sure you don't usually eat this at night, but it might help you calm down after a bad day in the office.

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This has tryptophan levels that initiate calmness and melatonin which encourages sleep.

  • Salmon

That's why you always have to keep an open mind about sushi and sashimi. You never know when you'll need to eat a great amount of this fish so make sure to have a good sushi restaurant in mind. If you want to prepare it at home teriyaki or grilled style, that's so much better. This is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, so it's also helpful in reducing stress levels.

  • Shrimp and Shellfish

Shrimp has omega-3 while shellfish has tryptophan. If you want a healthier and lighter meal, go for this one either for lunch or dinner. Put some of these ingredients in your pasta, and you'll be feeling full for the rest of the day.

Don't forget this list and always keep this in mind just in case you encounter one of those rough days! #Omega 3 #Rough Day