Do you regularly hit an “afternoon slump” at work, where you suddenly feel drained or unmotivated?  One in five Americans in a new poll said yes.  And here’s when it’s most likely to happen…

The average person hits a wall at 3:00 P.M., and their slump lasts a total of 29 minutes.  According to the survey, here are the top five things that can cause it.

1.  The caffeine wore off.

2.  General boredom.

3.  A lack of energy.

4.  You need to eat.

5.  You’re underslept.

Sitting in one place for too long and not taking breaks also made the Top 10.  A lot of people said they tend to have more of those moments in winter too.  The top things we do to break out of a slump include going for a walk, grabbing something to eat, and if you can get away with it, taking a nap.

(SWNS)

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