When faced with the threat of viruses, we believe that an efficient and strong immune system requires a strong and calm mind.
To this end, we have developed a unique and innovative product helping you to protect your immune system through your mind using autohypnosis and a combination of innovative mental techniques.
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To help in the fight against Covid-19, the OpenSynaps team has decided to make OpenSynaps Immun available to everyone for free during the entire Covid-19 crisis.
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Choose between 3 programs
Preserve your immunity
This program, by strengthening your mind, helps to preserve your immune system and raise a protective barrier.
Develop your serenity
A state of stress and fear decreases the resources available to your body and fatigues your immune system. Develop your serenity and increase your protection.
In the event of illness, this program will provide support to help you recover quickly. However, this program works in addition to basic care, which it does not replace in any case.
The effectiveness of autohypnosis, as well as operant conditioning, on the immune system have been the subject of several scientific studies. In 2001, scientist John H. Gruzelier demonstrated the effectiveness of autohypnosis on a group of students with an increase in T lymphocytes and natural killer cells (NK). Other scientific studies have also demonstrated the beneficial effects of autohypnosis on the immune system: Ruzyla-Smith (1995), Hall-Minnes-Tosi-Olness (1992), Naito (2003).
In 2002, John H. Gruzelier with new research achieved a 40% reduction in the cyclic onset of genital herpes in 65% of patients who had 6 weeks of hypnosis sessions through audio recordings.
OpenSynaps Immun integrates autohypnosis but also operant conditioning, which is more similar to Johrei therapy. Johrei therapy is a technique based on the idea that the body can purify itself. Regular practice triggers a detoxification mechanism that helps strengthen the immune system and protect against infections. Scientist Yashua Naito conducted research in 2003 on the Johrei method combined with autohypnosis and demonstrated an increase in NK cells and T-lymphocytes just like John H. Gruzelier in 2001.
The increase in natural killer cells (NK) and T-lymphocytes showed a real strengthening of the immune system.
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Gruzelier, J., Levy, J., Williams, J., & Henderson, D. (2001). Self-hypnosis and exam stress: comparing immune and relaxation-related imagery for influences on immunity, health and mood. Contemporary Hypnosis (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), 18(2), 73.
Gruzelier, J., Smith, F., Nagy, A., & Henderson, D. (2001). Cellular and humoral immunity, mood and exam stress: the influences of self-hypnosis and personality predictors. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 42(1), 55-71.
Gruzelier, J., Champion, A., Fox, P., Rollin, M., McCormack, S., Catalan, P., . . . Henderson, D. (2002). Individual differences in personality, immunology and mood in patients undergoing self-hypnosis training for the successful treatment of a chronic viral illness, HSV-2. Contemporary Hypnosis, 19(4). doi: 10.1002/ch.253
Hall, H. R., Minnes, L., Tosi, M., & Olness, K. (1992). Voluntary modulation of neutrophil adhesiveness using a cyberphysiologic strategy. International Journal of Neuroscience, 63(3-4), 287-297.
Naito, A., Laidlaw, T. M., Henderson, D. C., Farahani, L., Dwivedi, P., & Gruzelier, J. H. (2003). The impact of self-hypnosis and Johrei on lymphocyte subpopulations at exam time: a controlled study. Brain Research Bulletin, 62(3), 241-253.
Olness, K., Culbert, T., & Uden, D. (1989). Self-regulation of salivary immunoglobulin A by children. Pediatrics, 83(1), 66-71.
Ruzyla-Smith, P., Barabasz, A., Barabasz, M., & Warner, D. (1995). Effects of hypnosis on the immune response: B-cells, T-cells, helper and suppressor cells. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 38(2), 71-79.
Whitehouse, W. G., Dinges, D. F., Orne, E. C., Keller, S. E., Bates, B. L., Bauer, N. K., . . . Orne, M. T. (1996). Psychosocial and immune effects of self-hypnosis training for stress management throughout the first semester of medical school. Psychosomatic Medicine, 58(3), 249-263.
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