Vitality


Vital is that belonging to or related to life, in other words, to the existence or capacity to be born, grow, develop, reproduce and die of organic beings. It can also be an internal force that allows activities to the person who owns it. The word vitality refers to the feeling of feeling alive, with a high level of energy and enthusiasm for what you do.

People with vitality say they feel alive, full of energy and enthusiasm, they almost always feel alert and awake, and they rarely feel overly tired. They are dynamic people, both physical and mental, who work with great enthusiasm. An example of vitality could be: “Grandma is a vital woman and, despite being 93 years old, she still has many plans ahead of her”, “I want to be the vital person I was before the accident.”

Vitality is closely related to the state of flow or the optimal experience, because it refers to the intense participation in an activity, when we are totally absorbed in it and we feel enthusiasm for what we do.

Vitality is not the same as hyperactivity or nervous tension, since vitality is a pleasant and satisfying feeling in itself. Vitality is especially valuable when a person can show it in difficult situations, which can easily drain and deplete his energy.

Normally that vitality is manifested in the possibility of the man having a long-term sexual relationship, or failing that with great frequency, that is, every day of the week without exceptions.

On the other hand, when a man presents some difficulty in this regard, that is, when it comes to achieving good sexual performance with his partners, a problem of sexual vitality will be discussed. The absence of sexual vitality has been associated with several factors such as: overweight, high level of stress at work or personal, depression, drug use that negatively affect libido, or simply lack of skin or wear with the partner.

On the other hand, concepts such as inaction, death, immobility, inactivity, discomfort and passivity are opposed to vitality.