Author: Luke McGrath
People tumble into bed each night across the U.S., hoping for pleasant dreams. Most would likely settle for no dreams at all, just as long as they can get some rest. But more than half of Americans toss and turn because of money issues, according to a new survey.
Bankrate has found that 56 per cent of Americans lose sleep over at least one money issue, with nearly a third worried about everyday expenses. The online survey of more than 2,500 adults was conducted from May 29 to 31.
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