The other bad news for kids this week is that more and more of you are really struggling to sleep. The Guardian reported that 9,429 under-16s went to hospital for sleep disorders last year, compared to just 6,250 in 2013.
There are lots of reasons, but anxiety, obesity and phones/tablets are some of the main culprits. Anxiety levels in kids are rising due to school and social media pressures, while obesity increases the chances of a person suffering from sleep apnoea, which is when breathing is interrupted, leading to disturbed sleep.
Looking at gadgets before bedtime is a bad idea because the blue light from screens disrupts the natural release of hormones that get us ready to go to bed.
Energy drinks are also being blamed for keeping some kids awake at night, due to their high levels of caffeine and sugar. The Government recently proposed banning them for under-16s or under-18s.
If you ever feel anxious or are struggling with anything else, talk to a trusted adult or speak to Childline on 0800 11 11.