Zaleplon is used for a short time to treat people who have trouble falling asleep. If you have other sleep problems such as not being able to sleep through the night, this medication may not be right for you. Zaleplon is known as a hypnotic. It works on certain centers in the brain to relax you and help you fall asleep faster.
What is Zaleplon?
Zaleplon is taken by mouth as directed by your doctor. sonata works very quickly, so it is important to take it just before or when you get into bed. Your doctor will work with you to find the smallest dose that works for you. Read the Medication Guide provided by your pharmacist before you start taking Andante and each time you get a refill. If you have any questions, consult your doctor or pharmacist.
How to Take Sonata?
Zaleplon dosage is based on your medical condition, age, and response to therapy. Since this medication is usually prescribed for a short time, your doctor will tell you when to stop taking it or when to cut back. You may feel anxious or have trouble falling asleep in the first day or two after stopping this medication (rebound insomnia). Contact your doctor if you continue to have trouble falling asleep several days after stopping sonata.
When to Use Starnoc Pills
Zaleplon should not be used for naps. Do not take a dose of this drug unless you have time for a full night’s sleep of at least 7 to 8 hours. If you have to wake up before that, you may have some memory loss and may have trouble safely doing any activity that requires alertness, such as driving or operating machinery. You should not eat a very heavy/high-fat meal within 2 hours before taking this medication since doing so may prevent the drug from working properly.
What are the effects of Zaleplon tablets?
Other names: Sonata, Starnoc, Andante, Downers, Tranks, Sleepeasy, rope, forget-me-pill
How long does Zaleplon reacts in the body?