It’s the same situation with supplements, there isn’t any strong evidence saying that supplementing your diet with magnesium is needed or has any effect. I think the most important thing to manage stress would be trying to manage the thought. Remember, we said that the thought leads to the feeling and the feeling leads to the action. Try to identify the thoughts, manage the environment around you, reduce the stressful triggers around you, do a bit of mindfulness or meditation, try not to have a list of to-do things that is too big. I’ve done that myself over the years, I was just adding 5,6,7 things to do during my day, and it was impossible to do them, so plan the things that you’re giving yourself to do realistically and you’re able to do everything that you want to do. There are also other situations where you’re facing stress that you cannot really relieve the trigger, so I’m not quite sure what your circumstances are in particular, but and there are people who are suffering from chronic stress f. e. related to family situations, having to take care of family members who are not well, or being in job positions where it’s very stressful, very demanding, so it depends on if it’s the stress that you’re feeling in one moment or it is a stress that has been continuing for a long time, but the best way to manage stress is to remove the trigger, not take supplements to be able to cope with it. If you’re feeling stressed, your body is telling you that something isn’t quite right, so it’s all about listening to your body and adjusting what isn’t right instead of just taking something to try and hide it or manage it somehow.