Hair Mineral Analysis

Hair can give a lot of information about you. The hair on your head grows 2-6 years before falling out. Many tiny blood vessels feed the base of each strand. During that time, your hair shaft absorbs chemicals from any drugs you take. It also contains sweat, your body’s natural oils, and any toxins around you. A hair analysis uses special techniques to look closely at your hair under a microscope. The results can show details about your health and habits. Different labs do the tests differently, and their results can vary a lot.

Why HMA ?

Drug use: As your hair grows, some drugs will “stick” to the strands. You can’t wash them out. Because of that, your hair can reveal if you’ve been using drugs like opioids, cocaine, amphetamines, and cannabis. While a urine test will reveal if you’ve used drugs in the last several days, hair testing can show if you’ve done drugs over the past 3 months.

Heavy metals: If your hair has toxins like mercury and arsenic, you could be more likely to get certain health problems.

Some genetic disorders: For example, a hair sample can help diagnose Fragile X syndrome. This is a common disorder that’s passed down in families.

Family links: Analyzing hair follicles side by side sometimes can show if people are blood relatives.

FUE Hair Transplant: If you’re losing hair or your hair doesn’t grow like it should, a close-up look can help your doctor figure out the best treatment.

How the Test Is Done?

Hair samples can be TRIM from the scalp or pulled up with the roots, Usually, the lab will wash the sample to remove sweat, oil, skin cells, and other things. It may cut the hair into pieces or ground it into a powder before examining it under a microscope and also do a chemical analysis to analyze the mineral contents of hair .so that patient health condition will be analyzed according to the mineral content and required dose calculation will be done by doctor and dietician the diet chat and preventive measures will be suggested by the doctors.

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FAQ's

  • Why is my hair getting thinner?

    Hair loss may be due to a number of factors, including genetics, age, poor nutrition and certain medical conditions or treatments. In cases where you have more than one contributing factor, the cumulative effect can be more severe hair loss. Hairsigns hair health experts will recommend the right solution for you, however, only a doctor can diagnose the cause of your hair loss.

  • Yes. The average person sheds between 40-60 hairs a day. If you’re noticing more significant hair loss, our trained professionals can help you determine your level of hair loss and what you can do about it.

  • The most common cause of hair loss in both men and women is androgenetic FUE Hair Transplant, meaning it’s hereditary. Androgenetic FUE Hair Transplant can come from either side of the family. Feel Free to contact our Hairsigns Doctors to know about other causes of hair loss and hair loss conditions.

  • After genetic hair loss, the second most common reason men and women lose their hair is age. Since hair loss can be a natural part of the aging process, most medical professionals do not consider it to be a problem. But, at Hairsigns, we understand how seriously hair loss can impact your life. The good news is you don’t have to accept losing your hair. Make an appointment with a hair loss expert today to find out what you can do to get your hair back.

  • Decades of Experienced Professionals and Hairsigns has helped people get back the hair they love. We offer only time-tested, proven solutions, coupled with the latest technology and real hair loss expertise to help you get your hair back. Find out for yourself how transformational restoring your hair can be!