What types of shots do mental hospitals give patients to calm them down?!

Question: What types of shots do mental hospitals give patients to calm them down!?
and does this make them more child like in a way in your opinion!?

why and how so for this!?!?

also, how would the affects be similar to the affects of vodka or any type of strong alcohol!?

is it similar to heroin !?

why so!?

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chlorpromazine does not come in injection form, if a patient is given an injection to came them down they are usually give 5-10mgs of haloperidol and 1-2mgs of lorazepam, but they cannot be given it against their will unless they are held under the mental treatment act!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

You have asked this question 3 times!. Why is this so important to you!? I find it rather strange!.
It is very rare that patients become childlike, due to any medication!.
Patients, or Clients, as we call them, take a variety of medication, shots are mostly for those who who can't swallow well, or are very hyper and will not take the medication in the conventional way!.
This is not at all, in any way comparative to Vodka or any other alcoholic drink!. It is not similar to heroine!.
Clients take many kinds of medications, but I have tried to respond to the "shots" as you call them!. Most shots are anti pyscotics, and just help a client stop his hallucinations and delusions!. It stabilized the mood, and helps them sleep better, too!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

it is illegal to just give injections to patients these days they cannot be restrained forcefully either
they can be given tablets such as diazepam to calm them Www@Answer-Health@Com

Chlorpromazine is still in very common use, despite being quite an old drug it is very successful!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

A shot from a !.357 magnum has a pretty calming effect!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

haloperidol, used as a tranquilliser often in the treatment of psychiatric disorders,including schizophrenia!.

Chlorpromazine (largacticil)!. Turns your brain to mush!. No fun!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

Ketamine would do the job!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

What!?!?!? Have you just been watching "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest'!?Www@Answer-Health@Com

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