I'm a Volunteer Mentor and not a medical professional. I too have had panic attacks primarily in the past, but I had one last week. When I have a panic attack my blood pressure goes very high, like 180/100+ and my heart rate races to 150+. I'm surprised that your BP is so low when you have one. I have a few questions about your experience and health.
– Do you have diabetes and if so, is it controlled by medication?
– Do you take a medication for your panic attacks?
– What other medications are you taking?
– Have you been tested for thyroid problems?
– Do you mind sharing your age?
I'm asking these questions in order to offer suggestions or recommendations based on my experiences. I can let you know that after I began taking an antidepressant medication in 2012, I no longer had panic attacks,. The ones I've had since then are called "dumping" and are related to my having RnY gastric bypass surgery in 2014. They are due to my eating too many carbohydrates in one sitting. Unfortunately, with the COVID19 stress, I overindulged with 2 pieces of cinnamon bread (35 mg of carb Each!), and a spoon of crunchy peanut butter. In a few minutes I felt terrible and started having a panic attack that proceeded to feeling nauseous and it wasn't until my arms, hands and fingers felt icy that I figured out I was dumping. I just had to lay there until it finally wore off.
I'm looking forward to seeing your response.