The Invisible Addiction: Are we Consuming too Much?

Publisher: Full Circle Confidential Workforce Wellness

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The Invisible Addiction: Are we Consuming too Much?

Do you often start your mornings with a cup of coffee? Perhaps you enjoy a cup or two or espresso at work or school to keep you going? Maybe some more coffee or an energy drink or even soft drink to work on that work project and school assignments? Studies show that 62% of Americans drink coffee daily. Other common sources of caffeine are chocolates and energy and soft drinks. Caffeine is useful but too much may prove harmful. October is Caffeine Addiction Recovery Month .