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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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Our analysis precisely reports how effective sleep deprivation is and in which populations it should be administered.
More than 30 years since the discovery of the antidepressant effects of sleep deprivation, we still do not have an effective grasp on precisely how effective the treatment is and how to achieve the best clinical results," said study senior author Philip Gehrman, an associate professor of Psychiatry and member of the Penn Sleep Center (https://www.
They also explored how response to sleep deprivation may differ across studies according to how "response" is defined in each study.
Sleep deprivation during pregnancy and maternal and fetal outcomes: Is there a relationship.
5,9 Sleep deprivation alters the release of the hunger regulatory hormones like leptin and ghrelin resulting in increased appetite.
It means not only direct relationship has been measured and evaluated between sleep deprivation and performance of working mothers but indirect relationship between these two variables (through "stress at workplace" and "workplace deviance") has also been evaluated in present study.
Sleep deprivation has many harmful consequences on health and academic performances among adolescents.
In human life, different forms of sleep deprivation may occur.
Of course, it isn't just first episodes of hypomania that are triggered by sleep deprivation in patients with undiagnosed bipolar disorder; the event is common in the lives of people who already receive treatment.
The changes related to sleep deprivation are approved and consistent with the evidences from laboratory-based sleep studies suggesting that sleep deprivation impairs mood, cognitive functioning, and motor performance.
For example, the knockout of NPAS2 in mice produces a reduction in Non-Rapid Eye Movement Sleep (NREMS) and decreased NREMS delta power following sleep deprivation [11-13].