16 Ways To Keep Sleep At Bay (Without Coffee)

16 Ways To Keep Sleep At Bay (Without Coffee)

If you’re anticipating a late night and don’t want to resort to hard drugs or caffeine, this infographic contains bunch of clever ways to keep yourself more alert, ranging from sniffing peppermint oil to various acupressure techniques.

The infographic below was created by blogger Yumi Sakugawa. It contains three simple acupressure techniques that can give you a wakeful boost along with dietary tips and assorted natural stimulants. None of these are going to completely re-energise you, but they should at least keep you alert and engaged while burning the midnight oil.

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This article has been updated since its original publication.

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