Survey shows economy creating sleeplessness

Perry, David
October 2008
Furniture/Today;10/20/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p133
Trade Publication
The article highlights the results of a national survey, conducted online at SleepBetter.org., on economic issues affecting Americans. According to the survey, the top three concerns among Americans are finances, family and health. It reveals that 47% of respondents mentioned financial concerns, including fear of credit debt and mortgage payments. It also mentions that 54% suggested stress and worries are obstacles to getting a better night of sleep.


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