Hi docs, would sonata (zaleplon) help with my Ambien tolerance?

No, I do not believe. It would work well. Work with a psychiatrist or sleep doc to transition you to another med like trazodone. You should have a psych eval and sleep to look into other causes of insomnia that may be underlying your dependence. Once off meds a trial of cognitive therapy for insomnia could be very helpful. Make sure you practice good sleep hygiene. ( google. This term or read one of dr heidi fowler's sleep hygiene posts right here on healthtap. Best wishes.
Sonata (zaleplon) Nope. Talk to your doctor about other options.

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