Afternoon Slump?  Here’s When It Generally Starts
Average Afternoon Slump Starts Around Three
The average afternoon slump in energy happens around 3 p.m., according to a Second Nature survey of 2,000 Americans. 49% say they’re more likely to experience a slump on a certain day of the week, and motivation usually returns after about a half an hour.

Top causes for the midday lull include a lack of caffeine; boredom; lack of energy; lack of food; and lack of sleep.  Another:  lack of hanging out with Chris Miles on WCCQ.

Popular snacks to cure the afternoon slump include nuts, trail mix, pretzels, and chips. 64% say eating healthy foods can help keep them motivated.



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