It is currently classified as a Schedule IV controlled substance. Those looking to get high from the use of Sonata often empty the contents of the capsules and.
Sonata affects the neurotransmitters in the brain, slowing down function, and allowing patients to get a good night’s sleep. It is prescribed most commonly as a sleep aid, as it is highly effective as a treatment for insomnia. While Sonata isn’t as widely abused as some other sedatives, namely those in the benzodiazepine category such as Xanax or Lithium, Sonata may still become addictive when consumed in high enough quantities or for a long enough period of time. Some patients have shown to develop a tolerance to the drug, requiring higher dosages in order to achieve the same results as they experienced when first taking the medication.
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Breaking your addiction to Sonata can be accomplished when treatment is conducted in an inpatient rehabilitation center.
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