In Latin it is where we can establish that the etymological origin of the term vigor is found, which now concerns us. Specifically it emanates from the sum of two clearly defined parts: the verb prevail, which can be translated as “being in full life”, and the suffix -or, which is equivalent to "result".
Vigor is the force or remarkable activity . Something that is done vigorously is done with a special momentum . Vigorous people are those who have a lot Energy or acting briskly.
For example: “The defendant defended himself vigorously in court”, “Bobby is an old dog, he doesn't have the vigor of yesteryear”, "If you want to have more vigor, you must implement a healthier diet", “I am amazed at the vigor that grandfather still has at 92 years of age”.
Another use of the term is related to the duration of styles or customs , and with the force to force in laws and ordinances: “The measure will come into effect as of its publication in the official bulletin”, "I'm sorry, but that coupon is no longer valid", "I have to hurry to buy tickets so I take advantage of the promotion is still in force".
Within the legislative scope, as we can see thanks to this meaning, the term force acquires great value because it is he who dictates when any law or norm begins to function. Thus, for example, we find the Civil Code of Spain where it is made clear that the laws will take effect twenty days after their corresponding publication in the Official State Gazette (BOE).
The intonation or energetic expression In literary or artistic works it is also known as vigor: “I'm going to kill that man! - Lieutenant Lopez exclaimed vigorously just before drawing his gun and firing ”, "I assure you that I am innocent, you must believe me - he whispered without vigor before closing his eyes".
Vigor is also related to the sexual potency and the ability of a man to satisfy your partner and to maintain long-term relationships or very often. The lack of vigor, in this sense, is associated with a problem of masculinity.
Overweight, an important level of work stress, a stage of emotional or emotional problems, disorders such as depression or the intake of certain medications, which are used as treatments for other pathologies, are some of the most frequent causes that lead a man to lose the sexual vigor I had.
However, monotony in the couple or not having any kind of sexual expectation with whom you have a relationship also become common causes.
There are various medicines and natural products that help increase vigor. Thus, for example, among the ecological and natural remedies that exist to get man to recover, maintain or increase his sexual vigor would be pollen and also honey. All this without forgetting watermelon, which, thanks to its high concentration of citrulline, has become the natural alternative to the well-known Viagra.