A University of Pennsylvania study finds that Vitamic E and antioxidants can improve special memory in the sleep-deprived, reports Van Winkle’s.

“If you know you will go through a period where you’ll be short on sleep, either you have to pull an all-nighter or stay late at work for the week, consuming more vitamin E may help you function better the next day,” said Dr. Andrea Spaeth, a researcher on the study, Vitamin E Intake Associates with Spatial Memory Performance during Sleep Restriction in Healthy Women, at the University of Pennsylvania.