# Aedating v4 1 rus

*16-Aug-2017 05:54*

The point was to try and give the dude a basic understanding of what happens when your half-life is 24 hours and you are dosing every day.

Just a general idea of how the meds pile up and what not I didn't even think it was possible to determine the real numbers...simply because of the human body being major wild card. But it sounds like you have a way which is pretty sweet man.

zyprexa has a half life of over 24 hrs so i guess that means it builds up in ya system till it hits a ceiling or a plateau.

I take 5mg a night & im feeling tired during the day.

Zyprexa does not have a ceiling does like buprenorphine does for instance.

With bupe, once you hit 32mg there is no additional effects if you take more bupe.

Naon's numbers are a perfect example (if you are assuming a 24 hour half-life).10mg daily would be: Day1: 10mg Day2: 15mg Day3: 17.5mg Day4: 18.75mg Day5: 19.37mg Day6: 19.68mg See how small the increase was from day 5 to 6 compared to days 1-2?If you were to chart it on paper with days on the bottom and mg's on the left the curve would look something like this one below..Now for the sake of simplicity, we will assume X to be linear and E to be parabolic.

Lets say n is the amount of drugs in your system at a certain point with respect to time. By the way it is a PDE because DX/dt (similarly for DE/dt) is the material derivative of the form DX/dt=∂X/∂t determinate(gradient cross X) such that the gradient is over the differential increase in system concentrations in different areas of the body.I am going to multiply .5 * (the previous day which is 17.5mg) then add 10mg.