The first thing I want to say is that I am not a doctor. If you are concerned about your health, consult with a professional. My purpose here is to provide information so that you can make informed decisions about what treatment might best suit your needs. Please note: this post contains some medical terminology and may be difficult for those without prior experience with these issues.
What Is Orinar Normal?
Orinar normal refers to the normal range of variation in height for men and women. In other words, it’s how tall you would expect someone of your age group to be if they were born at their current weight. For example, a man who was 5 feet 10 inches when he was born would likely measure between 5’10” and 5’11”. A woman who was 4 feet 11 inches when she was born would likely measure between 4 feet 12″ and 4 feet 14″.
It is important to remember that there are many factors that influence the height of individuals. These include genetics, growth spurts, diet and exercise habits, environmental conditions such as malnutrition and illness, pregnancy complications (such as low birthweight), and even trauma during childhood.
Some children grow very slowly while others reach adult heights much faster than average. While it is possible for any one person to have a “normal” height, most people do not. More often, we see a bell curve of height distribution where most people cluster around the average in any given population.
How Tall Should I Be?
A lot of males worry that they are not as tall as they should be. While it is certainly possible to be too short, most men (and women) are the correct height for their age. This can be difficult when you compare yourself to others your own age or to older men who might appear taller than you.
A good rule of thumb is that your height should be within two standard deviations of the average for your age. If you are in between these two values, then you are the correct height for your age.
If you are shorter than average for your age, then you may have a condition called stunted growth or growth delay. This is not life threatening and can be corrected with hormone treatment and other medical intervention if needed.
A tall man is one whose height exceeds two standard deviations away from the average. Most often these men suffer from a diseased condition known as “asellia”.
This is where the patient has a genetic mutation that prevents normal bone growth. If this is the case, there is nothing that can be done for such a person although limb lengthening surgery may become available in the next decade or so. In either case, most of these people suffer from complex psychological disorders that require therapy.
How Can I Tell If Someone Is A Tall Man?
The easiest way to tell if someone is a tall man is if they are seven feet tall or more. As a reference, most humans average out at five feet. Some of the more famous tall men in history include:
Gargameth: Known as the “Mightiest Titan”, this legendary figure is said to be the tallest and strongest man to ever walk on two feet. Also a very violent man who conquered most of planet during his lifetime.
His size was due to a rare condition known as Gigantism where the pituitary gland produces an excess of growth hormone before birth. This lead to his well-documented size of nine feet, six inches.
Many athletes and basketball players are tall men due to the fact that they are probably the closest thing to a “giant” that most people will ever see in their lifetime. Other famous ones include:
Wilt Chamberlin: Famous Basketball Player once named as one of the 50 greatest Americans. His height was exactly 12 standard deviations away from the average for a man his age.
Gheorghe Muresan: Famous Basketball Player from Romania who was seven feet, seven inches tall.
Has anyone ever measured the height of a Tall Man?
As far as we know, no one has ever measured the height of a true Tall Man. This is because all known Tall Men have been confined to institutions and have never been allowed out in public. The tallest documented “free ranging” human being was Louis Holzinger who was eight feet, four inches tall.
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