Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Don’t Count on Caffeine to Fight Sleep Deprivation

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This shows a cup and coffee beansA caffeine jolt may give you a little more energy following a restless night of sleep, but it doesn't necessarily help with boosting cognition. Researchers found that while caffeine helped sleep deprived students to perform better at some simple cognition tests, it had no effect on improving performance on more challenging tasks, like peacekeeping tests.