22% of Americans losing sleep over healthcare or insurance bills, Bankrate survey shows

Healthcare is among the most prevalent financial worries keeping American adults up at night, according to a survey released by personal finance website Bankrate.com.

The May survey of 2,504 U.S. adults showed 32 percent of respondents are losing sleep over everyday expenses. That was followed by saving for retirement (24 percent) and healthcare or insurance bills (22 percent).

The survey also found that Americans ages 39 to 54 make up the largest share of respondents losing sleep over money issues.

Read more about the survey here.


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