In my view

New RESEARCH carried out by Sky Broadband suggests that one in four people spend more time online than in bed.

Worrying! I would never put my precious sleep after emails, social networking sites and videos. I don’t think I’d be able to function without my usual eight hours, or more, of sleep.

I can’t understand how anyone could run the risk of potentially ruining their energy levels for the following day just because they had to look over emails and messages. Surely nothing is that important?

Try and make time for such things during the day or if you are really overloaded, spread it out over the week.

The last thing I want to do when I’ve been looking at a computer screen all day at work, and my eyes are a little glazed, is look at any sort of device when I’d usually be sound asleep.

Apparently, if you have a slight obsession with checking the internet, it’s called ‘e-anxiety.’ Research has shown that people panic, or even fall into depression when they are not able to check their email or Facebook account.

I haven’t logged into my personal Facebook account for over a year, sounds like it is maybe a good idea forgetting your password.

I do like Twitter, however. But I’ll leave Tweeting to the birds at 5am because you won’t catch me doing anything of the sort at that hour!