Sonata Addiction

Certain people have a higher risk of developing a Sonata addiction, including those who have a history of alcohol or drug addictions, have been taking the medicine daily for a long period of time, or have been taking higher doses of the drug. Since a Sonata addiction is a serious problem and requires treatment, be sure to talk to your healthcare provider if you feel like you cannot stop taking the medicine.

Sonata Addiction: An Overview

Sonata® (zaleplon) is a prescription sleeping medication that is used for insomnia treatment in adults. Just like with other sleeping medicines, there is the possibility of becoming addicted to Sonata. Addiction or "dependence" is when a person feels like he or she needs to continue to take a medicine.
 
A Sonata addiction is more likely if the medicine has been taken daily for a longer period of time or at higher doses. It is also more likely to develop in people with a history of alcohol or drug addictions.
 

What Are Signs of a Sonata Addiction?

When a person is addicted to a medicine, withdrawal symptoms can occur if the medicine is stopped because the body is not able to function properly. Some Sonata withdrawal symptoms can include:
 
When these problems occur, people often feel like they need to stay on their medicines just to prevent these symptoms from occurring again.
 
If you are taking increasing doses of Sonata or feel like you cannot stop taking the medicine, you need to talk to a healthcare provider. A Sonata addiction is a serious problem that requires treatment.
 

Sonata Drug Info

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