Sonata is a sleeping aid that is use for the short-term treatment of sleep problems, especially Insomnia. So what makes Sonata different from the rest? Judging by the price on their website it must be pretty special considering a 5mg-30 tablet bottle is $135.00 plus shipping and handling. It also has to be prescribed by a doctor. So, we will now look at why the price may be so high.
Does Sonata do anything special?
Not really. The drug belongs to the class of drugs called hypnotics. Sonata users should only take the pill for 7- 10 days or harsh side effects may occur. Similar to Ambien, Sonata works by slowing in the brain to allow sleep.
Does Sonata have many side-effects?
Yes. There are many, including, drowsiness, headache, nausea, upset stomach, dizziness, weakness, loss of coordination, muscle joint pain, mental/mood changes, persistent trouble sleeping, memory problems, loss of appetite, rash, tremors, or eye/ear problems.
What do users think of Sonata?
” I have Sleep Apnoea and was on rotating shift for 17 years. My doctor prescribed Ambien. which worked well, if I had 7-8 hours to devote to sleep. I do not take it every night. I do wakeup midway most nights. I was having difficulty getting back to sleep. My doctor then prescribed Sonata for the times when I have less than 7 hours to sleep. I found it was effective and very mild. I can take with as little as an hour of sleep time available with minimal side-effects.”-anonymous
“I asked the doctor about this medication. She hadn’t heard of it. I told her that I had some addictive pas behavior and that I did not want anything that made me feel lie I was sedated or loaded, just something that would help me go to sleep and stay asleep once laying down. This medication does exactly that. No grogginess in the morning, and no loaded, drugged feeling once taken. I have heard that it is a hypnotic like ambient. Sonata is amazing.” -anonymous
“This usually helps me get to sleep really well. I says to take it while you’re already in but I don’t find that it immediately knows me out like Ambien did. The Sonata gets me to sleep and lets me wake up just fine in the morning. The only problem is if I wake up during the night and can’t return to sleep and so sometimes I take an additional one to help get back to sleep and it can get expensive.” -anonymous
Does Sonata have what it takes to pay the extra money?
When it comes to sleep aids it can be hard to find one that is right for you, especially when it comes to price. Sonata seems to be a lot like Ambien with less side effects. I think that there are other drugs that have similar claims as Sonata that are at a better price. IT really just depends on how much a person is willing to pay to have consistency with a quality nights sleep. If you are feeling torn between different sleep aids look on our website to see our wide variety of sleep aids.