My Grandmother used to host an all night vigil to a saint for helping her husband, she held it for many years after and I remember the stories about them, nobody slept all night, they might have at home the next morning.
But I also have been in Greece for weddings which go on for three days, the cousins did not leave in the morning until they had to open their business, then worked all day and night, till around 10 pm , then went back to the wedding all nite, some not sleeping for 4 days.
Sleep deprivation is known to cure depression, and is taught in all medical schools, but not known publicly, or used in the US by the profession because of no profit in it like the treatments that are used .I know some psychiatrists who have spoken out about this, saying that they are upset with the way the profession ignores a cure that is better than what is used here, but falls on deaf ears over the profits made from the drugs that are used instead. Billions of dollars made on one antidepressant in the first five years on the market
In europe they have sleep deprivation clinics where you can go to keep you awake for days. But it is not profitable enough for the US. Even though it is better for many.
Of course you only need to do this once or twice a year, just as if you were going to a wedding in Greece once or twice a year. I have personal proof that it works , and you are immediately back to normal.
I have often thought that I may have suffered less had I grown up in Greece where staying up for weddings seems a source of pride for my cousins there, and may be Gods natural way that the profiteers would rather not be known.