||LET ME OUT||welcome to Montore Mental asylum where we take in the outsiders of the world here are the rules.No smut.No dirty pins.You can't be over the age of 30.You can have up to 4 characters but one must be a male.You each have your own number EG:21.34.Cursing is allowed but let's not go overboard.Also comment below on what your number is.
seclusion view, "northwood asylum," "A group of interesting rooms were at the end of the ward... built into their doors were little portholes, made of about 2 inches of thick glass, used to keep an eye on those patients who were in seclusion - the "time out" for misbehaving and violent psychiatric patients." -Motts
Continuous Bath Time - Continuous baths were one form of hydrotherapy used in mental hospitals beginning in the early 1900s. The technique was derived from German spa treatments, where people would spend from a few hours to a few days surrounded by flowing water. This treatment was used to induce relaxation in excited or agitated patients, as well as to relieve pressures from bed sores and other physical ailments.