Whether it’s because of season x of a favorite show or last-minute preps for a presentation at work, almost everyone has experienced sleepless nights. It's not a good habit to have–according to research, lack of sleep not only makes you groggy and cranky in the morning, but also takes a toll on your health–but sometimes, it just can't be helped.

To be at your best even without a wink of sleep, New York Magazine suggests a few tips–from eating breakfast to boost your mood and cognition to drinking just the right amount of coffee. They even mentioned skipping the sunglasses since natural light can increase your alertness level. For more tips, watch the video below.
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