BY HEATHER RYNDAK SWINK
It’s 3 p.m., the ubiquitous moment when American workers’ eyes
glaze over, energy tanks, concentration evaporates and productivity takes a nose dive. To right themselves means generous
helpings of candy, soda, coffee — anything for a jolt. Those
who indulge in such treats know it’s a temporary fix. But like
any addiction, they crave more — fueling the national stereotype of over-caffeinated, overweight and overworked citizens.