Why Hypnotherapy is becoming so popular? | Paul Milham Hypnotherapy
When we think of hypnotism, a lot of people will conjure up the image of the mysterious, suited magician who casts a spell over his victims making them chow down on an onion like it was an apple or dance like a chicken. People define themselves as either a 'believer' or a 'non-believer' as if this phenomenon was a Bigfoot or a Loch Ness monster. Actually, the routes of hypnotism lie in science, not in magic. The hypnotist just plays on some of the quirky wiring of our brains to create a trance like state of suggestibility. It sometimes seems as if it is magic but this really isn't the case. But did you know that hypnotherapy uses this phenomenon in an equally powerful way? People have reported stopping smoking without any craving or pain, they had ridded themselves of crippling phobias and achieved life changing levels of self-confidence and self-belief. Results are generally pretty quick also. This is because one of the first things that hypnotherapy looks at is sleep. In my clinic I