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– Welcome home guys. You’re on the Carl and Jinger Family channel, and last night me and Luke built this awesome box fort right here so that we can get back at our parents for locking us in 24-hour escape room box forts. – Yeah we even have this awesome door right here, and a window, and we’re gonna trap them in here, slide some puzzles in there, and we can see if they can escape. – This is gonna be awesome! Whoa! Hey, look, it’s Buzz! – Hi Buzz! – He’s here to remind us that this video is sponsored by Honey Nut Cheerios. You know what’s awesome, is the Good Rewards program offers a way for kids to do good just by teaming up with their celebrities. – Oh yeah yeah yeah, there’s Team MBJ, there’s also Team Lucy, and oh man there’s Team Gronk.
I really want to pick Team Gronk. – Yeah let’s totally do that. And the best way to do is to go to beegoodrewards.com. On the back of every Honey Nut Cheerios box there is an official Buzzcoin. – What! – Which you can scan and whichever team has the most Buzzcoins, wins $100,000. – What, really? Alright I gotta scan this. I’m gonna pick Team Gronk right here. – That is awesome, now we’re part of Team Gronk. – Grab your box of specialty marked Honey Nut Cheerios, and press scan now. Awesome. Now let’s scan our Buzzcoin right here. (lighthearted music) There we go! – And there’s a ton of other really cool prizes, like tech, and there’s Pop Sockets, and a bunch of really cool swag.
– I’m gonna donate all of my Buzzcoins to Team Gronk, and you guys should too ’cause everyday’s a new day. – Let’s make it an awesome one! – If we can solve them, it doesn’t mean you guys can. – That’s true! – That’s actually true. – Woo! – Woo! – Carl, which one of these are we gonna do first? – None of them. – Come on. What? – We’re bustin’ out of this joint. (laughs) (orchestra music) – Okay guys, here’s the plan. Me and Luke are going to trick our parents into thinking that this entire awesome box fort is going to be for our cops and robbers video for Kyle’s channel. – And then once they go in there to make sure it’s all ready to go, we’re going to zip tie it right here, and lock them in there for 24 hours.
Let’s go grab Kyle and do this. – Alright let’s go! Kyle! – What? – Do you want to help us prank mom and dad? – Yeah! – It’s gonna be awesome because we’re gonna trap them in a box fort like they do to us all the time. – Oh yeah, let’s go do it. – Let’s go right now. – Let’s go get ’em! (knocks) – Hey we got the box fort all done. Wanna come check it out? – Cops and robbers one? – Yeah. – Yeah I’ll grab mom and be down in a second. – Okay. Come on guys. – You got it ready? – Yeah. – Oh, I like the tape colors. – Yeah and we have the window right here. So you can see cops and the robbers. And when they go in there, we can lock it up like this.
– Right. It actually needs an actual lock. (indistinct talking) – Maybe we should do, maybe this window’s too big. Right here. – I’m just not sure about the furniture– (laughs) – Locking you! – We got you! – We got you! – We got you. – We got you, we locked you in there. – We locked you guys in there! (laughing) – We pranked you back. – We fell for our own joke. It’s not even a lock, it’s a zip tie. – Yeah, that’s not even more secure. It’s even more secure. – Oh, great. – What’s the plan? Do we have to solve puzzles or something? – Yeah. (laughs) – You have 24 hours to do it.
– Yeah. If we can solve them, it doesn’t mean you guys can. – That’s actually true. – That’s true. (laughs) – We got you back! – I have no idea, did you read any of the instructions? – No! (laughs) – Like I said, there’s only one way out of this. What’s the first puzzle? – Okay, Kyle you go grab it. Go grab it. – Hello. (laughs) – First you guys needs your camera, so you can show solving your puzzles. – So we gotta film us trying to solve the riddle? – And here’s your first puzzle. – Oh, that’s the (mumbles) one. – Your time starts now! – Okay! Here we go! (claps) – We totally got them. – Dibs on the VR set. – Oh no, all right I get next, I wanna play VR, too. – Okay, we have our first puzzle. – Okay, I only wished that I would have paid attention. – I wish I would have paid attention! It’s just like a bunch of letters on here and it’s in a cylinder. Like a mystery. – Okay we got some, we got some arrows here. – They left the chairs in here! We at least get to be in comfort, right? – Yeah because when we walked them in here, we took everything out. – Took everything out so it wasn’t comfortable at all.
– Let me just scoot closer. – Let me just scoot closer, okay here we go, we’re gonna try and solve this. – What could it say? – Here’s the thing that I remember from when we gave them the riddle, I thought it was really funny ’cause it had something to do like romantic, or like– – Like Valentines or something? – Something like a Valentines, I thought it was really hilarious. Uh, let’s try like lover or something like that. – Lover? That’s a love word. – Lovers, try just make it, I don’t know! – So, lovers. – Does it pull apart or what? (sighs) Well. We only have 24 hours to solve this one. (groans) We definitely have an advantage here, because like we bought these, first of all. (laughs) Right? – Right, but we didn’t figure out how to solve ’em. – I know, but I remember that it was a theme that had to do with like love or something.
– Okay, at least it’s narrowed down to that, so it’s not “Lovers.” What’s another six-letter word – It’s gotta be more like… – or like phrase or something? – Family friendly of some kind. It’s probably pretty– – F-A-M-I-L-Y? Maybe it is family. – It’s kind of had to line up, huh? – Yeah, nothing. It’s definitely not it. – Try like a cliche one, just like “I love you” or something like that, I know it’s not like Y-O-U. My memory’s – What would it be – telling me that that might be a– – Spell out “You”, or spell “Love” though. – It’s probably L-O-V-E and then the letter U or something like that, if that’s what it is. I don’t even hear the kids. What in the world are they doing? – We should probably be concerned. – Whoa, look out! – Whoa! (laughs) – That was close. – I… – Wait, something clicked. (gasps) Yeah! – This is what the kids would do. (exclaims loudly) What do they do, this like dance thing and like this thing, right? (gasps) – Carl, look.
– Aww. (gasps) There’s two rings. – Marry me again? – Yes, I will totally marry you, oh this is one for the guy, these are cool. – I wonder if these actually fit. – I don’t even hear the kids and so even though we solved the puzzle, how are we gonna get the next one or get out of here? – Hey! – Hello! – Hey! Anyone there? We solved the first puzzle! – Hello! – Way before you expected I bet. – Hello! Guys? – Okay you guys, that wasn’t very long so it sounds like they figured out the first one quick, so let’s go give them the next puzzle. – Here they are. They heard us. Guys. – Oh! – Cool! – Ooh, you solved it. – First one only took us like three tries and we got the rings out already, yeah.
– We did have an advantage. – We did have a little bit of an advantage. Oh, my gosh. – No! – It won’t fit through there, it’s gotta go through the puzzle window. – Oh wait. – Here we go, you get the next one. What is this, oh gosh, this is the big one. – You guys take that one back. – See? – What are we gonna do? – Did you read the instructions on this? (laughter) – I think I might remember– – We got you now! – Oh, I know. Oh gosh, look at this. – Beat it! – There’s like animals and, oh we better set this on the table and look it over.
(boy exclaims) (water splashes) Okay, now here’s the thing. I know for a fact that at some point I have gotten this one open before because, (object rattles) the kids have put puzzles inside here, and that’s the same thing that I did to them. (laughs) As long as we get this open, there’s probably three more puzzles inside. – Oh, great. – I have another plan that is kind of cheating a little bit. They didn’t check us, and I actually have my fingernail clippers in my pocket, (gasps) so we can make the great escape. – Wait, wait, wait, can we go get snacks or something? – Let’s go get some snacks. Let’s go get Honey Nut Cheerios! (laughs) Here’s what I think we should do. If we trim it right here, then we can open it and put it back, and– – Oh yeah, and they won’t know. – Outside, it will look like nothing happened. (snap) – Watch your clippers breaking. – I got it. – Oh, that was so easy. (gasps) – That was so easy.
– Carl. – Hopefully they don’t notice. – Maybe we need to talk normal. Man, I don’t know how to open this puzzle. – I know. – This puzzle’s difficult. – Do you line the animals up or whatever? – Let’s check out all these animals. – I can’t get the lid off. Man this thing is really locked! (water splashes) (techno-pop music) – Hi! – All right, stay there.
– Okay go, go, go. – Shh. – No. Oh, my gosh. (inquisitive music) Hurry Carl, Carl, yeah, yeah, yeah! – They left this on the table. – We need bowls, bowls! Hurry, Carl. Huh, I wonder how to get this open. These animals are all so different. We need spoons! Where are our spoons? Get milk, get the milk. – Let’s go. Shh. Look out Blue, look out. I got it. Right here, here, here, here. – Look, no, no, no. – No, you can’t come in, Blue! We gotta make it look real, just gotta put that back. – Okay, wait. – It’s supposed to go through. – Oh, through the loop? – It’s gotta go through, oh that’s a lot. We did that but that’s not good. – We did it backwards. Shh. – We don’t want them to hear us. I’m so excited that we get a snack. – Good going Carl– Oh, and hey Buzz! – Oh, hey Buzz. You guys, he’s reminding us that we gotta scan our Buzzcoin to collect Buzzcoins for charity. This is so awesome.
– Which team did we pick, we picked Team Gronk, right? – Yeah, so you guys need to join our team and scan Buzzcoin for Team Gronk because we have the chance to win $100,000 for charity and we need your help. – Oh, yeah. – Let’s do it you guys. – Collect Buzzcoins and do good! – We gotta scan it right now, let’s do it. ‘Cause you guys, you can scan it up to three times a day. – Are you serious? That’s so cool, yeah. Here we go, oh yeah! – There we go. – That is so cool. I love this. – That’s way cool and it all goes to charity and supports your team. So we have 181 Buzzcoins, we’re gonna give to Team Gronk. (flourish) – Whoo! – I like the little coin sound. – Oh yeah. – That’s awesome. – Now it’s snack time. – Don’t forget to check out the website in the description box below. – beegoodrewards.com. – Yeah, keep an eye on the rankings.
Go, Team Gronk! (cereal clatters) Shh! You’re gonna get us caught! Guess what, Jinger? Watch this, I remembered. – Wait, what? – Watch. (gasps) (laughs) – Wait, how does it come out? – I don’t know, I forgot that part, but I remember how to get this part off. (laughs) – Well at least we have that going for us, okay now we have to pull this out. – And the cereal! – How’s it going there, Carl? – I don’t know. How’s the cereal going? (laughs) – It’s my favorite cereal, actually. – It is actually one of my favorites, too. So I think that this has like a magnet in it, and we have – Does it really? – to slide it around the outside, something like that and it triggers a release that opens the top. Yeah, see– – Wait, how does the top even release? – I don’t know, why don’t you figure it out for a minute while I take a little bit of a turn with the Honey Nut Cheerios? – ‘Cause you always so good.
– Mmm. (water splashes) (sighs) – Okay we’ve been out here for about like an hour now. – Yeah. – I think we should go check in on mom and dad to make sure that they’ve solved the puzzle. – All right. – Let’s go. – Let’s go! (water splashes) – It definitely has something to do with sliding the magnet like around the side, and then it releases a– – There’s like a sun over here, maybe. – A latch, or something like that. – Okay. We’re not good at – It’s right here. – the puzzles. What? – It’s right here, look. (gasps) There’s a latch. (laughs) – Oh, my gosh, Carl. – They totally put my– – Oh, no! – Let’s check in on mom and dad to see if their puzzle’s done. – I can hear them coming. We gotta hide the cereal, hide it. Hide it! Not there, we gotta hide it behind the chairs. – Carl, they’re coming, they’re coming, they’re coming. – How’s the puzzles, guys? – Shh, shh, shh. – How’s it going guys? – Oh, hey guys. – We got it. – Oh yeah. – You got it? Oh, nice! – Look, we figured this out.
This had the magnet in it. – Yeah, that’s like one of the more difficult puzzles out of the bunch. – It really is, and what are we supposed to do with all these, you guys? – They’re all puzzles that you have to solve next! – Oh, no! – Yeah! (laughs) – So wait, you guys put three more puzzles inside the one big one? – Yeah! – That’s crazy.
– And you have like about, how long is it? – I don’t know, 24 hours to do it. It’s been like 10 maybe. We haven’t been in here 10 hours. – I think you have enough left. – Hopefully we can figure this out. Here we go. – Three puzzles. – Three, two, one, go! – All right. The next puzzle’s go. – Carl, which one of these are we gonna do first? Come on. – None of them.
– What? – None of them. We’re bustin’ out of this joint. (laughs) I say we bust out of this mystery escape box fort and we sneak around the house and go spy on them, what do you say? – Yeah, let’s do it. Carl, get that open. – It’s already opened. They didn’t even notice, they didn’t even look. Total amateurs. – Okay, here we go. – Like a spy movie. – We’re such good spies. Okay, you gotta be quiet. What if they’re– – They’re not, they’re not out here. – They’re not? They must have already went inside. I thought I heard them in the pool for a minute.
– They’re in the basement. Let’s go. – Okay, okay, okay. (laughs) Go through the dog door, Carl. – Blue. – Blue. – Shh. You’re gonna blow our cover. – Shh. Go find your ball. – I’ll send the dog in first. – That’s a good idea. (dog whines) Shh. – They’re right here. (suspenseful music) – Wait. (laughs) – What happened? (exclaims) – Run! Run Blue, run! – How long ago did you guys get out? – Busted! We’re busted! – No! – Ha, ha, we totally tricked you guys. (Jinger fake laughs) We escaped a long time ago, you guys! – What! – What? – Yeah, we got Honey Nut Cheerios and everything. – Are you serious? – We’ve been lounging in here. – Have you just been chilling this entire time? – The entire time, bro. – What? – I mean we hacked our way through this mystery. – This is ours! – You guys, that was a really awesome escape box fort. We totally tricked you guys though, and snuck our way out.
– Yeah, we did a pretty good job doing those puzzles, if you ask me. – We totally did, oh, my God! Hey, there’s Buzz! – Oh, hey Buzz! – Hey, Buzz! That reminds me, we need to collect the last of our Buzzcoins, so we better pull up the website and claim the rewards, you ready? – Oh yeah, ’cause we get to do it everyday. We get to do it three times a day. – You get three times a day you can collect the coins. All right, we got it all pulled up, it’s time to get the Buzzcoins, are you ready? – Oh, yeah. – Yeah. – We already have like a whole bunch of them today and this is our third and final one. There you scan. (gasps) There it goes, how many have we got for Team Gronk? – I think we have over 300. – Oh my gosh, we just did another 139, and we were just over 300 so that’s perfect. You guys need to go join Team Gronk, and get your Buzzcoins. Donate it over to Team Gronk, we really want him to win so you gotta check the link out in the description below and make sure if you haven’t already to subscribe and click these other videos that you see on the screen.
If you like this one, you’re gonna love these other ones that we’ve handpicked for you. Until then, we’ll see you guys next time. – Bye! – Oh my gosh, who wants to eat some more Honey Nut Cheerios? – Yay! – Let’s do it! I’ll go get the bowls. .
Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder characterized by reoccurring unexpected panic attacks. Panic attacks are sudden periods of intense fear that may include palpitations, sweating, shaking, shortness of breath, numbness, or a feeling that something really bad is going to happen. The maximum degree of symptoms occurs within minutes. There may be ongoing worries about having further attacks and avoidance of places where attacks have occurred in the past.
The cause of panic disorder is unknown. Panic disorder often runs in families. Risk factors include smoking, psychological stress, and a history of child abuse. Diagnosis involves ruling out other potential causes of anxiety including other mental disorders, medical conditions such as heart disease or hyperthyroidism, and drug use. Screening for the condition may be done using a questionnaire.
Panic disorder is usually treated with counselling and medications. The type of counselling used is typically cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) which is effective in more than half of people. Medications used include antidepressants and occasionally benzodiazepines or beta blockers. Following stopping treatment up to 30% of people have a recurrence.
Panic disorder affects about 2.5% of people at some point in their life. It usually begins during adolescence or early adulthood but any age can be affected. It is less common in children and older people. Women are more often affected than men.
Painting of a Panic Attack is the fifth studio album by Scottish indie rock band Frightened Rabbit, released on 8 April 2016. The album was produced by Aaron Dessner, and recorded at his home studio in New York City. It is the first studio album to feature guitarist and keyboardist Simon Liddell, who initially joined the band in a touring capacity to support their previous album, Pedestrian Verse, and is the final album to feature frontman and founding member Scott Hutchison before his death in 2018.
Meditations (Medieval Greek: Τὰ εἰς ἑαυτόν, translit. Ta eis heauton, literally “things to one’s self”) is a series of personal writings by Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor from 161 to 180 AD, recording his private notes to himself and ideas on Stoic philosophy.
Marcus Aurelius wrote the 12 books of the Meditations in Koine Greek as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement. It is possible that large portions of the work were written at Sirmium, where he spent much time planning military campaigns from 170 to 180. Some of it was written while he was positioned at Aquincum on campaign in Pannonia, because internal notes tell us that the first book was written when he was campaigning against the Quadi on the river Granova (modern-day Hron) and the second book was written at Carnuntum.
It is unlikely that Marcus Aurelius ever intended the writings to be published and the work has no official title, so “Meditations” is one of several titles commonly assigned to the collection. These writings take the form of quotations varying in length from one sentence to long paragraphs.
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental disorder that can develop after a person is exposed to a traumatic event, such as sexual assault, warfare, traffic collisions, or other threats on a person’s life. Symptoms may include disturbing thoughts, feelings, or dreams related to the events, mental or physical distress to trauma-related cues, attempts to avoid trauma-related cues, alterations in how a person thinks and feels, and an increase in the fight-or-flight response. These symptoms last for more than a month after the event. Young children are less likely to show distress but instead may express their memories through play. A person with PTSD is at a higher risk for suicide and intentional self-harm.
Most people who have experienced a traumatic event will not develop PTSD. People who experience interpersonal trauma (for example rape or child abuse) are more likely to develop PTSD, as compared to people who experience non-assault based trauma such as accidents and natural disasters. About half of people develop PTSD following rape. Children are less likely than adults to develop PTSD after trauma, especially if they are under ten years of age. Diagnosis is based on the presence of specific symptoms following a traumatic event.
Prevention may be possible when therapy is targeted at those with early symptoms but is not effective when provided to all individuals whether or not symptoms are present. The main treatments for people with PTSD are counselling and medication. A number of different types of therapy may be useful. This may occur one-on-one or in a group. Antidepressants of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor type are the first-line medications for PTSD and result in benefit in about half of people. These benefits are less than those seen with therapy. It is unclear if using medications and therapy together has greater benefit. Other medications do not have enough evidence to support their use and in the case of benzodiazepines may worsen outcomes.
In the United States about 3.5% of adults have PTSD in a given year, and 9% of people develop it at some point in their life. In much of the rest of the world, rates during a given year are between 0.5% and 1%. Higher rates may occur in regions of armed conflict. It is more common in women than men. Symptoms of trauma-related mental disorders have been documented since at least the time of the ancient Greeks. During the World Wars the condition was known under various terms including “shell shock” and “combat neurosis”. The term “posttraumatic stress disorder” came into use in the 1970s in large part due to the diagnoses of U.S. military veterans of the Vietnam War. It was officially recognized by the American Psychiatric Association in 1980 in the third edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III).
Panic attacks are sudden periods of intense fear that may include palpitations, sweating, shaking, shortness of breath, numbness, or a feeling that something bad is going to happen. The maximum degree of symptoms occurs within minutes. Typically they last for about 30 minutes but the duration can vary from seconds to hours. There may be a fear of losing control or chest pain. Panic attacks themselves are not dangerous physically.
Panic attacks can occur due to number of disorders including panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, drug use disorder, depression, and medical problems. They can either be triggered or occur unexpectedly. Smoking and psychological stress increase the risk of having a panic attack. Before diagnosis, conditions that produce similar symptoms should be ruled out, such as hyperthyroidism, hyperparathyroidism, heart disease, lung disease, and drug use.
Treatment of panic attacks should be directed at the underlying cause. In those with frequent attacks, counselling or medications may be used. Breathing training and muscle relaxation techniques may also help. Those affected are at a higher risk of suicide.
In Europe about 3% of the population has a panic attack in a given year while in the United States they affect about 11%. They are more common in females than males. They often begin during puberty or early adulthood. Children and older people are less commonly affected.
Meditation can be defined as a practice where an individual uses a technique, such as focusing their mind on a particular object, thought or activity, to achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm state.
Meditation has been practiced since antiquity in numerous religious traditions and beliefs. Since the 19th century, it has spread from its origins to other cultures where it is commonly practiced in private and business life.
Meditation may be used with the aim of reducing stress, anxiety, depression, and pain, and increasing peace, perception and wellbeing. Meditation is under research to define its possible health (psychological, neurological, and cardiovascular) and other effects.
In linguistics, and particularly phonology, stress or accent is relative emphasis or prominence given to a certain syllable in a word, or to a certain word in a phrase or sentence. This emphasis is typically caused by such properties as increased loudness and vowel length, full articulation of the vowel, and changes in pitch. The terms stress and accent are often used synonymously in this context, but they are sometimes distinguished. For example, when emphasis is produced through pitch alone, it is called pitch accent, and when produced through length alone, it is called quantitative accent. When caused by a combination of various intensified properties, it is called stress accent or dynamic accent; English uses what is called variable stress accent.
Since stress can be realised through a wide range of phonetic properties, such as loudness, vowel length, and pitch, which are also used for other linguistic functions, it is difficult to define stress solely phonetically.
The stress placed on syllables within words is called word stress or lexical stress. Some languages have fixed stress, meaning that the stress on virtually any multisyllable word falls on a particular syllable, such as the penultimate (e.e. Polish) or the first. Other languages, like English and Russian, have variable stress, where the position of stress in a word is not predictable in that way. Sometimes more than one level of stress, such as primary stress and secondary stress, may be identified. However, some languages, such as French and Mandarin, are sometimes analyzed as lacking lexical stress entirely.
The stress placed on words within sentences is called sentence stress or prosodic stress. This is one of the three components of prosody, along with rhythm and intonation. It includes phrasal stress (the default emphasis of certain words within phrases or clauses), and contrastive stress (used to highlight an item − a word, or occasionally just part of a word − that is given particular focus).
Panic Attack is an EP released by the Australian rock band Grinspoon in March 2003. The EP was originally released by itself, but also appeared as a bonus disc with a re-release version of an earlier studio album, New Detention, on 10 March 2003. The EP was developed after Grinspoon recorded a cover of the INXS hit, “Don’t Change” for the soundtrack of an Australian film, Danny Deckchair (May 2003). Its recording and release were relatively rushed between New Detention’s first appearance in June 2002 and their next studio album Thrills, Kills & Sunday Pills in September 2004.
Band member Pat Davern described the four tracks to Greg Lawrence of WHAMMO website: for “Don’t Change” he said “We did the cover, basically for Livid”, the group had appeared at that festival in the previous October-November; “Off Piste” was “a new track”; while both “Boredom” and “Fall Away” were “B-sides from the New Detention sessions. We decided to hang on to them for whatever we released in the future”. The band supported its appearance with their Don’t Panic Tour, using 28 Days as a support act. Panic Attack reached No. 13 on the ARIA Singles Chart