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  1. health
    easpa codlata Reference Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
    ga
    Context 'Níor cheart go ligfeadh aon chomhalta foirne do chur i gcrích a thascanna/dá chinnteoireacht meathlú sa mhéid go gcuirtear sábháilteacht eitilte i mbaol de bharr, inter alia, tuirse, carnadh tuirse, easpa codlata, líon na n-earnálacha ar eitlíodh iontu, dualgais san oíche nó athruithe amchreasa. Ní mór do thréimhsí scíthe dóthain ama a thabhairt chun a chur ar chumas comhaltaí foirne éifeachtaí na ndualgas roimhe sin a chur díobh agus a bheith tagtha chucu féin faoi thús na tréimhse dualgais eitilte ina dhiaidh sin.' Reference Rialachán (CE) Uimh. 216/2008 maidir le rialacha comhchoiteanna i réimse na heitlíochta sibhialta agus lena mbunaítear Gníomhaireacht Sábháilteachta Eitlíochta na hEorpa, agus lena n-aisghairtear Treoir 91/670/CEE ón gComhairle, Rialachán (CE) Uimh. 1592/2002 agus Treoir 2004/36/CE, CELEX:32008R0216/GA
    Schlafmangel | Schlafentzug
    de
    Definition freiwillige oder erzwungene Verkürzung der sonst eingehaltenen Schlafdauer Reference Lexikon der Neurowissenschaft, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2000, http://www.spektrum.de/lexikon/neurowissenschaft/schlafentzug/11385 (1.6.2017)
    sleep deprivation
    en
    Definition when an individual fails to get enough sleep Reference 'Sleep deprivation', American Academy of Sleep Medecine, http://www.aasmnet.org/resources/factsheets/sleepdeprivation.pdf [27.4.2016]
    Comment Not to be confused with prolonged sleep deprivation as a form of torture. See IATE:3577184
    agrypnie
    fr
    Definition manque de sommeil, parfois provoqué volontairement et employé comme thérapie de la dépression Reference Site Information hospitalière > Dictionnaire médical > Agrypnie (30.10.2019)
  2. rights and freedoms · human rights
    díth chodlata Reference An Coimisiún um Chaidreamh san Áit Oibre, Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2017, https://www.workplacerelations.ie/en/Publications_Forms/An_Coimisun_Um_Chaidreamh_San_Ait_Oibre_-_Tuarascail_Bhliantuil_2017.pdf [30.11.2018]
    ga
    Context Bhí an gearánach tinn agus dúlagar uirthi nár fhéadfadh a chóireáil le cógas agus bhí sí as láthair ar feadh thart ar 10 mí idir 2014 agus 2015. Ba í an fhianaise a bhí aici ná gurbh é an patrún seala, lenar cuimsíodh seala lae agus oíche, a bhí mar chúis lena díth chodlata shuntasach agus a ndearna a dúlagar níos measa Reference An Coimisiún um Chaidreamh san Áit Oibre, Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2017, https://www.workplacerelations.ie/en/Publications_Forms/An_Coimisun_Um_Chaidreamh_San_Ait_Oibre_-_Tuarascail_Bhliantuil_2017.pdf [30.11.2018]
    Schlafentzug
    de
    Definition Foltermethode, bei der die Opfer über Tage daran gehindert werden, zu schlafen Reference EP-DE, vgl. Internationale Gesellschaft für Menschenrechte (IGFM) > Länder > China > Foltermethoden https://www.igfm.de/china/foltermethoden/ (4.9.2018)
    Comment Dazu dienen z.B. Fesselungen in schmerzhaften Positionen, aber auch Dauerlicht, Lärm und vor allem Schläge, Tritte und andere Strafen, falls sich die Opfer hinlegen. (Quelle: s. Def.)
    sleep deprivation
    en
    Definition an interrogation technique and highly effective way of breaking a prisoner's will which consists of keeping someone awake for hours or even days at a time Reference EP-EN Terminology, based on: Mann, J., 'A Brief History of Sleep Deprivation and Torture', https://sleepjunkies.com/features/sleep-deprivation-and-torture-a-brief-history/ [19.6.2018]
    Comment Sleep deprivation can cause a whole range of undesirable ill effects, such as cognitive impairment, psychosis, immune system breakdown, and even heart defects or cardiovascular disease.
    privation de sommeil
    fr
    Definition forme de torture consistant à priver volontairement la victime de sommeil en vue d'altérer sa santé physique et mentale Reference ---
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