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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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Primarily, parents have a major role in ensuring that children get enough sleep, but even general practitioners and teachers should be able to identify children with sleep deprivation. Although much more work is needed, our results suggest that sleep deprivation and poor sleep quality may lead to daytime sleepiness and undesirable consequences, including low academic achievement, mood disturbance, and low well-being.
When they occur, increased corticosterone levels secondary to sleep deprivation are unnecessary for sleep recovery; in animal models, a large sleep rebound was observed after acute sleep deprivation, despite adrenalectomy [44].
If sleep deprivation is firmly shown, without any lingering doubt that it does contribute to the onset of this most dilapidating disease we should all be concerned.
Long-term sleep deprivation increases the risk of brain cell damage and can directly affect your mood.
"Once we understand how sleep deprivation changes how these pathways function, we should be able to manage pain more effectively all types of pain." class="MsoNormalOther researchers cautioned the study was small, and needed larger replication.
"Although this work is very preliminary, it is clear from the results that even a single night of sleep deprivation can trigger events that may contribute to the development of chronic disease," said Siu-Wai Choi, lead researcher of the study.
A teacher at Sharjah Indian School, Latha Narasimhan, believes there is an "urgent need" to address sleep deprivation among pupils.
The data collected were analyzed statistically to determine the effect of sleep deprivation on HRR.
Spending 80-90 hours per week in hospitals causes sleep deprivation and negative work performance by the trainee doctors.
While acute sleep deprivation is known to elevate brain beta-amyloid levels in mice, less is known about the impact of sleep deprivation on beta-amyloid accumulation in the human brain.
But this, according to Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa, is the problem amongst pilots in the Indian Air Force-pilots are apparently suffering from sleep deprivation because of late night indulgences in social media activities.
The research, presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Munich, Germany, suggests sleep deprivation and excessive hours in bed should be avoided for optimum heart health.