It is sad and shocking that innocent children indulge in bullying behaviour that they have no idea could damage someone for life. And the end result is that the subject of the bullying can be left scarred for life.A girl who is recovering from her loss of self-esteem after losing all her hair to the trauma of being bullied at school three years ago hopes to be able to finance a revolutionary wig that may conceal her bald scalp, reports Metro UK.Miss Little (let us call her this, not her real name) has suffered irreversible Alopecia Areata - the same health disorder that rendered Hollywood hunk Will Smith's wife and actor Jada Pinkett Smith bald. The only difference is that li'l Miss Little had been brutally bullied at school caused this condition; she would come back home crying and recede into a shell - her mother recalls. And Jada Pinkett Smith, meanwhile, self-confessedly had suffered an autoimmune condition that caused alopecia areata.The UK schoolgirl's mother says she finally approached the girl's school and approached school authorities - after which the bullying stopped. But too late. The child has suffered complete and irreversible hair loss. We asked skin and hair specialist doctors if the effects of bullying singe children in this manner.Dr Rajeev Suryavanshi (Phoenix Skin Hair Laser Clinic and Spa) 1. Can bullying cause a child to go bald?Yes, true. Bullying causes stress which is known to cause alopecia areata. So, if a child is bullied, the traumatic experience can be a cause of hair loss and alopecia.2. Is there a remedy to undo this hair loss?Yes, but the root cause needs to be treated along with.3. At what stage could such repercussions of bullying be halted or reversed?There is no evidence about which state or stage of the illness things can be reversed, but I believe bullying should stop the moment it is identified or informed.Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.