Survey finds more than half of Americans are losing sleep over money
July 1, 2019

From Bankrate:

Many Americans admit to tossing and turning at night over their various worries, but a new Bankrate survey reveals that financial security may be one of the main culprits.

Fifty-six percent of adult Americans have lost sleep over at least one money issue, with nearly one in three losing sleep over everyday expenses.

Reasons Americans are losing sleep

Seventy-eight percent of U.S. adults are lying awake at night due to their finances, personal relationships and other worries. That's an increase of 9 percent since Bankrate last conducted this survey in 2018.

According to the survey, money is one of the highest causes of sleep loss out of all issues surveyed. Americans say they're losing the most sleep over everyday expenses, saving for retirement and health care.

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