Health and Hairloss HPIHair Nashville, Tennessee

Hair Loss Clinical Studies & Trials

Alopecia affects millions of people around the world and does not discriminate against age, gender, and ethnicity. Androgenic alopecia, male or female patterned baldness, is one of the most common types of alopecia; however, alopecia areata, totalis, and universalis also affect a large part of the population. Because so many people worldwide are affected, there are continuous on-going studies to …

Understand your strands AlopeciaDX

Understand Your Strands: Mineral Deficiencies

When people experience hair thinning or loss they often do not know the cause as to why. Genetics, diet, stress, environment, medical issues, and deficiencies all play a role in hair health. It is important to have an understanding of minerals in regards to your hair health. Essential minerals, vitamins, and amino acids are all required for cells to properly …

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AlopeciaDX Blood Test

Understand Your Strands–Underlying Medical Conditions Experiencing hair loss can be a hard thing to deal with, but understanding the cause can be even harder. Many people have no answers as to why their hair is thinning. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get to the root cause of your hair loss? Here at HPIHair Partners, we are now offering …

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW — Dealing with Hair Loss, Part 2

Social Acceptance Socially, there are a lot of people who are teased or have been teased for hair loss.  As presented in the first post of this two-part hair loss series, stress can add to hair loss as well as lead to additional personal struggles–social ridicule makes the struggles with hair loss even harder. People are often uneducated or naïve …

Seasonal Hair Loss: Fact or Myth?

Seasonal Hair Loss: Fact or Myth?

Our four seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn. For most of the world, these seasons bring about change outside, whether it in the temperature or other elements in nature. At times these transformations are welcome, while at other times we wish they’d never take place. Hair loss is the latter of those two emotions, similar to the ten inches of …