Even in a good economy, most adult Americans say they're losing sleep over money. Rent, health care, credit card bills -- these are just a few of the things keeping us up at night.
Bankrate.com's Ted Rossman says we're worried about paying the bills.
"32% of American adults are at least occasionally losing sleep over everyday expenses."
Rossman says saving for retirement has a lot of us worried.
"I think that makes sense; that's just such a big, lifelong goal for people. Healthcare and insurance bills were next, after that."
Rossman says get a side hustle or find ways to trim the fat.
"Cut your expenses. There's a lot of things we could probably cut out of our monthly budgets; maybe subscriptions we're not using, or that you're dining out a lot or going on expensive vacations -- or maybe you have a big car payment."
Rossman says, no surprise here, the most likely to lose sleep are parents with kids under 18.