I am so sick of all those reviews that people put out there because they are in the affiliate program and trying to sell me the ebook. I am a hyperhidrosis sufferer, and I have tried multiple programs to help this. I am about to give you an honest review in which I will tell you everything good and bad about the program Sweat Miracle, telling you right now I am NOT trying to sell you anything. I am writing this so that other hyperhidrosis sufferers will not get pulled into something they haven’t been able to find adequate information on.
First off, I am a little sorry I spent my money on this program (Sweat Miracle). There may be a couple of things that are new to me, but pretty much everything in the ebook I have already studied and tried. I decided not to ask for a refund, because it was valuable information of which some could maybe help me. The author of this product has definitely done some research on the subject, is very helpful and understanding, and is willing to help you with any difficulty you may have. In fact he is there to answer an email right away if you send one, whether or not you have purchased the program. You have to remember when purchasing this program that it is written by a nutritionist who has suffered from hyperhidrosis. He has no higher education than that of a nutritionist so, while he has studied and found some good information, he may not have had adequate schooling or done adequate research to know how to cure every hyperhidrosis case. While he has helped others overcome the problem, and has himself overcome the problem, the things listed in the book (I can already say) will not work for everyone.
To get started: The description claims that this is an easy 5 step plan, however I found that the ebook was incredibly vague and unorganized. Each step has too many options, and too little description on each. There are lists and lists of supplements that “might” help you, no mind to how much it will cost to do your own research on which of these will work in your particular case. He lists herbs that supplement certain aspects of hyperhidrosis, but once again is vague. Even then, much of the information in the ebook is basic hyperhidrosis knowledge that is readily available on the internet. And much of the rest is compiled from research from other online ebooks you can purchase on the same subject. All of this information has been circulating for some time now that it will show up in almost any ebook you buy on hyperhidrosis. Besides all this, the author talks about cleansing and fasting, which, yes, is a very good start to any health program, but again, information on this is readily available on the internet. Anyways, in my opinion, there are better cleansing and fast options that those listed in the ebook.
I also found some inconsistencies in the book, saying one thing should be avoided, but then goes on to say it is a good supplement for the problem. I found it hard to follow the steps because they were so vague, inconsistent and repetitive. There is no possible way to rewrite these steps in an organized and simple fashion because there is so much information that is so little explained. The diet plan is good, explaining which foods provide you with what nutrients and what to avoid. It is a good compilation, but there was no explanation for why you must avoid certain foods and again some vague explanations on why you should eat certain foods. I feel that this ebook is a good start for people who need to step out of an unhealthy lifestyle, but I wonder if I am just a strange case having already been living a healthy lifestyle (with tons of cleansing and fasting and listening carefully to what my body needs) before hand with no results, having taken thousands of supplements for years, with no results. And also having been on an exercise program exercising 5-6 days a week for 3 months with no results. The supplements listed in this ebook may be very well legit, and I will be trying some of them as I get the money to buy them. I will even hopefully post updates on things that I try that seem to help.
The ebook also mentions iontophoresis for extreme and incurable cases, which I am totally and completely against. It is not part of the program in the ebook, it is simply mentioned and explained. Iontophoresis in my opinion makes hyperhidrosis worse because it causes the nervous system and heart to become even more stressed out. It also causes problems to other organs in the body and makes it harder to heal internal imbalances.
So, to sum it up, I will simply say it is a good compilation of basic information. Most of the information you can get by simply surfing the net, while there are a few pieces of good information probably unavailable elsewhere. The question is, are these few pieces worth $40? In my case, probably not. I hope I have answered any of your daunting questions about Sweat Miracle. If you have any questions, let me know.