Consumers with sleep disorders have per-person total health care expenses $6,975 higher than expenses for those without sleep disorders. Their office-based expenditures were $1,694 higher, their total prescription expenditures were $2,574 higher, and their total out-of-pocket expenditures for prescriptions was $195 higher. About 5.6% of the adult population was diagnosed with a sleep disorder in 2018, representing about 13.6 million adults. Their total health care expenditures totaled about $94.9 billion in 2018. Compared to adults without sleep disorders, those with sleep disorders made twice as many office visits, at 16 . . .