How Long Does Sonata (Zaleplon) Stay in Your System?
- 1. Sonata (Zaleplon) Prescription Facts
- 2. Sonata Regulations
- 3. Most Commonly Abused Drugs Containing Zaleplon
- 4. How Sonata Affects the Brain and Body
- 5. Half-Life of Sonata
- 6. Factors That Influence How Long Sonata Stays in Your System
- 7. How Long Does Sonata Stay in Your Urine, Hair, and Blood?
Some of the longer-term health effects associated with Sonata abuse and other central nervous system depressants can include chronic intoxication, depression and anemia. When someone regularly uses Sonata, they may develop a tolerance to the drug. This means that they need higher doses to feel any effects. Tolerance can then lead to dependence, and people who have used Sonata for a long time may go through withdrawal if they try to stop using the sleep aid suddenly.
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