An article on from The Huffington Post, published this week has shed light on possible effects of sleep deprivation.
Dr Steven Feinsilver is the director of the Centre for Sleep Medicine at Icahn School of Medicine in New York City. Feinsilver said, "Sleep deprivation has been used as a form of torture".
Experts have warned that the chance of having a heart attack increases by eight percent the next day after the clocks go back.
A shocking proportion of the UK population aged between 30 and 50 years are most likely to be in debt to their bedtime.
We teamed up with Leeds University to carry out research into the worrying amount of us suffering from dangerously low levels of sleep - with many sleeping us getting as little as five hours per night!
We have been celebrating this week after winning the 'Large Employer' category at the National Apprenticeship Awards 2015. Plus, the regional win means we will automatically be entered into the National awards that will take place next year!
This week we conducted a survey to look into what you think about four favourite room, the bedroom. We discovered that many retreating to the bedroom in order to escape the chaos of everyday life.