A new survey conducted by SleepBetter.org has found that finances, family, and health the top three things that keep Americans from getting a good night’s sleep.

The 51-question survey taken by 2,000 Americans found that 75% of those polled do not believe they are getting enough sleep. Other findings of the survey include:

• 47% of Americans cite financial concerns as anxieties that keep them awake at night.
• 45% of Americans have lost sleep due to worry about family, health of self and family, and lack of health insurance.
• 54% of those surveyed say stress and worries are obstacles to getting better sleep.

“The results of this survey illustrate a cycle of events where Americans get inadequate sleep, that lack of sleep contributes to poor work performance, subsequently leading to financial concerns … and ultimately, back to low quality or deficient sleep,” says Michael J. Breus, PhD.

In addition to these statistics, the survey also found that more than 50% of adults polled said they did not know how to improve their sleep.

“The results of the sleep survey drive home the fact that Americans are not getting enough quality sleep, and they are searching for advice on how to sleep better,” says Breus.