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DEPRIVATION, ecclesiastical Punishment. A censure by which a clergyman is deprived of his parsonage, vicarage, or other ecclesiastical promotion or dignity. Vide Ayliffe's Parerg. 206; 1 Bl. Com. 393.

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If psychological issues start the vicious circle of stress preventing sleep and sleep deprivation causing more stress, the ultimate effects can be worryingly physical.
What we realized from our studies is that the major symptom, indeed the pathognomonic symptom of chronic sleep deprivation is "tiredness.
What's more, this sleep deprivation is leading to all sorts of funny behaviour with parents confessing to confusing cupboards for the fridge, putting milk in the washing machine, and some even falling asleep in the shower
Researchers did a meta-analysis of 23 studies that measured how much people ate with or without alcohol (typically 1 to 2 1/2 servings), TV (typically 25 to 45 minutes), or sleep deprivation (no more than 5 1/2 hours per night vs.
He had said that it was mainly sleep deprivation, not starvation during fasting which affected an athlete's performance during Ramadan.
NEW YORK: Sleep deprivation makes the day drag and appears to put a drag on metabolism too, causing the body to use less energy, according to a European study.
LIE detecting, road rage and sleep deprivation are among the topics to go under the microscope at a new pounds 25m academic centre for excellence.
officials in which it was reported that Mohamed was shackled and subjected to sleep deprivation, threats and inducements.
Other effects of sleep deprivation include tardiness, falling asleep in class, lethargy, moodiness, irritability, anxiety, aches, depression, anger, hyperactivity, behavioral problems, increased suicidal ideation and attempts, and drug and alcohol abuse.
Unfortunately, however, being oxygen-starved is analogous to, and an excellent metaphor for, an equally worrisome physiological and psychological state experienced consistently by many MI professionals: chronic and/or acute sleep deprivation.
com), but stress, alcohol and sleep deprivation all play a major part in its re-occurrence in adults.