In this video Kaitlyn Ernst gives a speech connecting caffeine consumption with procrastination. A recent poll (unsourced) suggested that 85-95% of American students procrastinate.
MSNBC attempts to break through the preconceptions, assumptions, hearsay and misinformation on a whole range of health issues, and is somewhat realistic about how inconclusive the effects of caffeine are. That said, some effects are without question, as the quote below highlights.
Naturalnews give a great account of the rollercoaster we put ourselves through each day we start with caffeine. There’s some great additions from Stephen Cherniske, author of Caffeine Blues.
Coffee is traditionally thought of as a pick-me-up, but many people find that it can actually make them feel tired. Caffeine seems to affect people in different ways, but overall there are 3 main reasons this happens.