Sonata is indicated for the short-term treatment of insomnia. Sonata has been shown to decrease the time to sleep onset for up to 30 days in controlled clinical studies. It has not been shown to increase total sleep time or decrease the number of awakenings.

The clinical trials performed in support of efficacy ranged from a single night to 5 weeks in duration. 

 

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

The dose of Sonata should be individualized. The recommended dose of Sonata for most nonelderly adults is 10 mg. For certain low weight individuals, 5 mg may be a sufficient dose. Although the risk of certain adverse events associated with the use of Sonata appears to be dose dependent, the 20 mg dose has been shown to be adequately tolerated and may be considered for the occasional patient who does not benefit from a trial of a lower dose. Doses above 20 mg have not been adequately evaluated and are not recommended.

Sonata should be taken immediately before bedtime or after the patient has gone to bed and has experienced difficulty falling asleep. Taking Sonata with or immediately after a heavy, high-fat meal results in slower absorption and would be expected to reduce the effect of Sonata on sleep latency.

 

SIDE EFFECTS

 

Abdominal pain

Asthenia

Headache

Malaise

Photosensitivity reaction

Digestive system

Anorexia

Colitis

Nausea

Metabolic and nutritional

Amnesia

Confusion

Depersonalization

Dizziness

Hallucinations

Hypertonia

Paresthesia

Somnolence

Tremor

Vertigo

Abnormal vision

Ear pain

Eye pain

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