Sonata (Zaleplon) Withdrawal and Detox
- Muscle weakness or shaking
In severe cases, Sonata withdrawal symptoms can include hallucinations, delirium and seizures. Rebound symptoms, which are reemerging symptoms of what the drug was originally used to treat, can also occur. For example, when someone is going through Sonata withdrawal, insomnia symptoms may be worse than they were before using the medication.
During the first two days, the primary Sonata withdrawal symptom is usually insomnia. Other common withdrawal symptoms include anxiety, irritability, nausea and mood swings. For most people during the first week or two, there are more intense withdrawal symptoms such as depression, panic attacks, vomiting and continuing insomnia. For most people, Sonata withdrawal symptoms will subside after a few weeks. However, for people who have used Sonata for a long time or in large amounts, withdrawal symptoms may last longer. Some people experience withdrawal symptoms for months after they stop using the drug. These symptoms are mostly psychological, such as continuing insomnia or depression.
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