I can also confirm that this situation is caffeine withdrawal.
IMHO, if you don't want to consume more caffeine in case of caffeine withdrawal, your best option is consuming ibuprofen.
You can validate my opinion also on the website located here.
The website states the solution (by leaning towards caffeine tablets as the end) as:
For those that are ...
It's probably a caffeine "withdrawal" symptom.
According to WebMD
If you stop taking caffeine abruptly, you may have symptoms for a day
or more, especially if you consume two or more cups of coffee a day.
Symptoms of withdrawal from caffeine include:
It might be best to ...
Prevention is better than cure for this one.
Understandably, you probably enjoy being charged during the week so you're always effective at everything you do. But it seems here that you need to reduce your intake so you do not experience this on weekends.
There are a few ways to do this without losing that all important energy during your weekday. One ...
This relationship is often discussed on coffee websites that I visit, such as such as http://www.home-barista.com and http://www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com. I have had a similar experience, although my roast times are much shorter than yours (typically 11-12 minutes total).
I roast 3-4 coffees each week. Based on my own taste buds, coffees that are roasted ...