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The figure above shows the percentage of U.S. men and women who reported in 2012 that they regularly had insomnia or trouble sleeping. The percentage ranged from 15.8% for those with family incomes ≥400% of the poverty level to 24.8% for those with family incomes <100% of the poverty level. For both men and women, the percentage who regularly had insomnia or trouble sleeping decreased as family income increased. At every family income level, women were more likely than men to have had insomnia or trouble sleeping.

uring 2012, the percentage of adults aged ≥18 years who reported that they regularly had insomnia or trouble sleeping during the past 12 months ranged from 15.8% for those with family incomes ≥400% of the poverty level to 24.8% for those with family incomes greater than 100% of the poverty level. For both men and women, the percentage who regularly had insomnia or trouble sleeping decreased as family income increased. At every family income level, women were more likely than men to have had insomnia or trouble sleeping.

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