• what often happened to patients in the early years of using electroshock therapy?

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  • In the early years of electroshock therapy, patients were often subjected to high doses of electric current without anesthesia or muscle relaxants, leading to seizures and memory loss. Many patients also experienced physical injury due to the violent convulsions caused by the shock. In some cases, the shock did not have any therapeutic effect and simply served to cause further trauma.

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      Leah Spears

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