I found myself in the awful position of losing my hair at the age of 18....
.... Just as soon as I had started to look forward to having my own independence I felt it had been taken away from me.
This new part of my life was just beginning and I was so excited. I was gaining a new found confidence, meeting new people, making new friends, I was so excited about the life I had ahead of me!
Then Alopecia came along and informed me that none of this was going to happen,The excitement of meeting new people, making new friends - forget it, I no longer had that confidence, Alopecia had taken it away from me no sooner than it had been given to me.
I had been with my boyfriend for around a year but as soon as my hair got noticeably thin he ended the relationship.
I had a holiday booked to go abroad with my girlfriends, I had been so very excited about this - but no, I could forget that also - Alopecia decided it wanted to take everything away and my friends went away without me.
Eventually I hit rock bottom and realised I had two choices here - I found myself sat in my bathroom debating these choices - Either I carry on and stand up to Alopecia and beat it and show it that it will not ruin my life or I decide not to cope and stop.
I decided to cope. I refuse to let my hair loss ruin my life.
I no longer have my own hair but I live a full and extremely happy life, I am happily married with two children and I can do anything anyone else with hair can do.
Life is Brilliant and I hope that I can now help others to cope also.
The Hair Clinic is run by Lisa Wheat a Hair loss sufferer who lost
all of her hair and suffers from Alopecia Universalis therefore has
a great understanding of how absolutely devastating it is to lose
Below are a few words from Lisa and her experience of
The Hair Clinic
01623 621 115
If you wish to discuss your Hair loss and need some support in coping you can call us on the number above.