Americans lie awake and worry—a lot. And 83 percent of them cite some financial worry that keeps them counting pennies instead of sheep

The top worry is whether they can afford to retire comfortably—cited by 30 percent.

That's according to the latest COUNTRY Financial Security Index, which found the second most prevalent fear is health care expenses (19 percent), followed by affording rent/mortgage (11 percent).

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