Today, millions of Americans can attest to his insight. According to a poll from the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), 27 percent of Americans say personal finances, the economy or unemployment concerns are keeping them awake at night.
"Stress and anxiety can definitely impact sleep," says Sunil Mathews, M.D., medical director of the Sleep Center at Baylor Medical Center at Irving. "And unfortunately, insomnia can turn into a vicious cycle."
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