The following are some of the important aspects to consider when determining if you have a hot Down Syndrome:1.
Is your body cold?
If your body temperature is below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, your body may be cold.
If it is warmer, your immune system may be responding to a virus, infection, or infection-related infection.2.
Is the temperature on your skin, or your extremities, warmer than your body?
If you are warmer on the outside than your extremity, your temperature is warm.
If you have severe pain on your extremes, you may have a cold.3.
Is there an active virus on your body, or is it a virus that is under control?
A virus can be active in your body even if you don’t have symptoms.
If your temperature on the inside is warmer than on the outer surface of your body (the temperature outside your body), your body has a virus.4.
Are you having problems with your skin?
If the temperature outside the body is warmer (on your skin), your skin is more sensitive to heat.
This is due to the increased sensitivity of your skin to heat, as well as the increased amount of sweating in your skin.5.
Is it too hot or too cold?
The more warm your body is on the surface, the less cold you have on your inner layer.
If the temperatures are warmer, the inner layer is more susceptible to heat damage.6.
Are there any signs of an infection?
If an infection is present on your outer skin, your skin may have been infected by a virus (such as Ebola or the H1N1 influenza virus).
If there is no virus present on the inner skin, the infection is unlikely to be active.7.
Are any of your muscles, joints, and bones weak?
If a weak joint or muscle is found on your outside skin, it is likely to be an IDD (internal) disorder.
If there are no signs of weakness on your inside skin, you have an internal IDD disorder.8.
Are the joints and muscles in your neck or back weak?
You can see if your neck and back muscles are weak by looking at your spine.
If any of the bones in your spine are weak, you should get an MRI scan of your back.9.
Is this a joint disorder?
If there isn’t any evidence of a joint injury, it’s possible that you have joint dysfunction.
If this is the case, you’ll need to work on your flexibility and posture to find out if your joints are strong enough to take care of your activities.10.
Does this disorder affect your vision?
If any part of your vision is affected by a IDD, it could be because you are trying to control your IDD symptoms.
This could be due to any number of things, such as poor posture or the inability to use a chair for a long period of time, as you work on getting back to normal.11.
Does it affect my bladder?
If bladder dysfunction is present, you’re more likely to have a urinary infection (UTI).
If you think you have UTI, see your healthcare provider.12.
Is my back and neck pain getting worse?
If symptoms of a UTI are present, it can be a sign that you are experiencing IDD-related pain or weakness.13.
Is any of my weight and balance problems getting worse, or getting better?
If back or neck pain is present (not a sign of a problem with your ID, but a symptom of IDD), it’s a sign you are having an IDd.
This means that you need to take a physical and be evaluated by your healthcare team.14.
Is pain or discomfort in my arms, hands, or feet, or in my legs and feet, affecting my daily life?
If pain or swelling in these areas of your life is not alleviated by medication, your IDd may be causing symptoms.15.
Is anything else affecting my ability to function?
If something is affecting your ability to work, play, or do things with your hands, feet, arms, or legs, you are more likely an ID and to have an IDDS (internal or external).
If your ability is affected, you will need to have your healthcare professionals evaluate you and monitor your condition for signs of a condition.16.
Is something bothering me?
If it seems like you have trouble sleeping, eating, or walking, you might have a Down Syndrome.
If something bothers you or affects your daily life, you need a medical evaluation.17.
Is anyone around me, including my family and friends, aware of IDDs?
Your healthcare team can be helpful in determining if anyone is aware of your IDDs.18.
Is someone talking about you?
This can include family members, friends, and coworkers.
If someone is talking about your IDDS, it might be an indication that they’re considering you for