Commonly Asked Questions About Sonata
Sonata is a hypnotic sedative drug. It is the brand name for the generic drug zaleplon. Sonata is effective in the short-term treatment of insomnia. Sonata may become habit-forming in users who take the drug with alcohol or other drugs, or take higher than doses than directed. To read about some of the more commonly asked questions about Sonata, read the links below.
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