their new sleeping pill, Sonata

Wyeth is already promoting their new sleeping pill, Sonata...even though it won't be out until October.

They are emphasizing that Sonata (zaleplon) is so short-acting that patients can take it in the MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT...and not worry about lingering effects in the morning.

Sonata has a fast onset...usually 10 to 20 minutes. Its effects last only 4 hours.

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