A Fool-Proof Way To Survive A Day At Work After An All-Nighter
Aug 1, 2015
Students are most susceptible to the 24-hour study session. A common misconception about late night studying is the assumed productive benefit. However, even taking one night off can cause negative effects physically and mentally. Your brain is much better off with a good night’s sleep, and a light breakfast before an exam.
If it's because of sleeping difficulties, studying, a late night at the office, or a fun night out, the dreaded all-nighter is bound to come up. Here is a fool-proof way to survive the next day.
Anyone who has pulled an all-nighter in their lifetime can agree that it's anything but easy. Managing the next morning is bound to be a failure. Caffeine can only do so much.