What is autohypnosis or self-hypnosis?

Autohypnosis is a technique that allows an individual to put themselves into a state of hypnosis. With the help of the suggestions he gives himself, he can reach the desired goal more easily.

After a few sessions, when the individual reaches a really deep state of hypnosis, the hypnotherapist can teach the individual self-hypnosis. From here on, the individual who has been taught autohypnosis can make the desired suggestions and then be hypnotized. Many times the technique is also used by recording some suggestions and then playing them while you are hypnotized.

Simple, natural, effective.

Self-hypnosis gives excellent results in practice. It allows for the calming of the mind and deep physical relaxation, which has a positive effect on boosting the immune system and the internal mechanism of self-healing.

Self-hypnosis is the easiest, most natural and direct way to communicate with our subconscious. With practice, this access becomes easier and the conscious influence more and more effective. In the process of self-hypnosis, we connect with the depth of our subconscious, which is our Self. That is why deep transformative and healing processes take place in this state of consciousness, on all levels.

Performance and use.

In practice, self-hypnosis has proven to be very successful in:

  • increasing self-confidence, stopping smoking and other addictions,
  • weight loss, stress control, faster and better learning,
  • improving self-image and memory,
  • achieving better sports achievements and concentration,
  • excessive emotional reactions to certain people or life situations,
  • a feeling of satisfaction and harmony,
  • physical pain,
  • deepening meditation and personal growth...

Self-hypnosis in medicine.


Patients undergoing heart surgery showed lower levels of depression and fatigue after learning self-hypnosis techniques. A study in children with cancer found less anxiety and behavioral distress related to surgery after learning self-hypnosis.

Patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) reported lower levels of chronic pain after learning self-hypnosis techniques than those without. Furthermore, a study in children showed that functional abdominal pain disappeared within three weeks after a single session of self-hypnosis.

In children and adolescents, self-hypnosis training reduced the frequency of tension headaches. Another study in adults found a long-term reduction in headache pain from self-hypnosis.

In adults with breathing problems at rest, a single session of self-hypnosis eliminated symptoms in 13 of 16 patients within one month.

A gold standard low-FODMAP elimination diet has been shown to improve IBS symptoms in IBS patients.

There is simply no area in life where self-hypnosis could not help me. The best thing about it is that you can do it whenever you want at home, at work or anywhere else. The only requirement is time and a quiet place.

Self-hypnosis or personal hypnotherapy?

Self-hypnosis has many benefits. It is completely portable and with practice you may be able to get into a state of focused relaxation very quickly.
However, learning can be challenging, especially the ability to relax and focus your mind while giving yourself instructions. This is why many people opt for personal hypnotherapy.

Hypnotherapy is simply the act of using hypnosis as a therapeutic tool, for example to relieve pain, anxiety or insomnia. Trained hypnotherapist he will take you through a similar process as above and give you positive suggestions to improve your particular concern.