The BBC has come under fire today after it rejected complaints that extending the hours of its flagship children's channel will disrupt families evenings and children's bedtime routines.
In a recent article from the BBC, Prof Paul Gringras from Evelina Children's Hospital in London said "Smartphones, tablets and e-readers should have an automatic "bedtime mode" that stops them from disrupting sleep".
In today's in the Daily Mail, you will find a feature following the findings of our study with the University of Leeds. Nearly a quarter of Brits, we found get by on less than 5 hours sleep a night. So our sleep expert, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan worked with four females who survive on little sleep, giving her expert advice on how to improve their sleep patterns.
In today's crazy, frenetic world it's so hard to stop and relax and we owe it to ourselves to be able to lie down at the end of the day and surrender to deep, restorative sleep. More than ever, we really need it.
Forcing teenagers to wake up early for school can cause mental health issues, according to the headmaster for private school Hampton House in Surrey. Sixth-formers at Hampton House are not made to come in for lessons until after lunchtime.