If you feel like you're the only one tossing and turning at night, you're wrong!
A new survey finds nearly 75 percent of adults in the U.S. think they're not getting enough sleep. Nearly two-thirds of the 2,000 survey respondents said they had trouble getting to sleep within the past month.
Finances, family and health concerns top the reasons why Americans are being kept up at night. More than four in ten adults said their work performance had been affected by a lack of sleep.
The study was conducted by an independent consumer research firm for sleepbetter.org, an organization created by a manufacturer of comfort cushioning products.
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