Just to clarify - these devices are not related to "electro shock therapy" (electroconvulsive therapy, ECT) that psychiatrists use to treat severe depression or catatonia. ECT is a proven treatment that (used judiciously) can really help people.
If you're interested in loaning me your devise I would be happy to try it out for you on a couple of people I know.
Just to see that it functions properly of course. j/k
You wouldn't want a piece of equipment like that which doesn't work properly would you.
I'm not a person who intentionally hurts anyone, or has any intentions of doing such, and would never carry through with any ideas I've had.
However, I have often wondered what would happen if a person hooked a stun gun to a urinal in the bosses office.
Would that be considered shock therapy?
Do you suppose that the violet light had something to do with chasing certain insects from the ear canal?
Of course if it was too effective and chased them through one's head to escape out the opposite side, that would be no good.
Maybe that was it's problem?
Sort of like a 20,000 horsepower atomic-powered flyswatter.
"The fly , it gone now."