#Even if one did not sleep at all at night, Ashkenazim may nevertheless make all the Birchot HaShachar except for Elokai Neshamah, HaMaavir Sheynah, and [[Birchot HaTorah]], which one should preferably hear with intention to fulfill the obligation from someone who has slept.<ref>Rama 46:8, Mishna Brurah 46:24, Piskei Teshuvot 494:7</ref> If one is alone, Poskim differ what an Ashkenazi should do.<ref>Regarding a situation where an Ashkenazi has no one to recite the Berachot on his behalf, the Elyah Rabbah 46:13 says one should not recite HaMaavir Sheynah and Elokai Neshama, but Aruch HahSulchan (Orach Chaim 46:13) disagrees and holds that one can cite these even if one didn't sleep. Also, Mishna Brurah 46:24 seems to conclude with the opinion of the Pri Megadim and Shaarei Teshuva who think that one can recite it even if one didn't sleep.Regarding Birchot HaTorah, Mishnah berurah 47:28 says not to say them due to safek berachot lehakel. The Aruch Hashulchan (Orach Chaim 47:23), however, strongly vouches for reciting Birchot Hatorah if awake the whole night and unable to hear from another.</ref>.
#Sephardim may recite all the Birchot HaShachar (including [[Birchot HaTorah]]) except for [[Netilat Yadayim]] (and [[Asher
Yatzer]] which one could make oneself if one goes to the bathroom). Birkot HaShachar may be recited from [[Chatzot]], and Birkot HaTorah after Alot HaShachar and washing one's hands without a Beracha<ref>Kaf HaChaim 46:49:1, Sh"t Yabia Omer 5:6, Or LeTzion 2:4:11, Tefillah KeHilchata (chap 9 note 159) quoting Chacham Ben Tzion Abba Shaul, Yalkut Yosef (Birkot Hashachar, Birkot Hatorah and Psukei Dizimra 5764 page 13), Yalkut Yosef 489:13 </ref>