The proponents of ECT(Electro-Convulsive Shock Therapy) lament that ECT has a poor public image. Well, I love that part. In an article on a website called Mescape, a Dr. Puffer of the Mayo Clinic is quoted: "The findings also suggest that while ECT improves outcomes, it is not a cure.”
First of all, of course they don’t have a cure and they(Psychiatric Industry) admits that none of their treatments are cures. What then are they trying to do? There are no biological tests for their so called illnesses that supposedly result from odd brain chemistry. Depression is a real thing but not knowing the cause, the treatments are largely to suppress symptoms. And if the chemical straight jackets don’t work, the next step for them is ECT. Now if that doesn’t work, will they start promoting lobotomies and leucotomies as a final solution or maybe euthanasia…? If one is all about treating symptoms what would be the problem taking things this far.
Electric shock is a known torture technique. If someone from a different country was using this type of ‘treatment’ on US citizens, they would be called terrorists.
More here: Actual Facts about ECT results