The good news is that Panic Attacks are one of the easiest clinical issue to treat.
Because Panic Attacks are a relatively simple flooding of a very simple brain/body function - which has a very simple control switch.
Panic Attacks are always accompanied by hyperventilating short/shallow breath. The brain stem, which manages the fight/flight/freeze response, aka the Baby Brain since it primarily develops in the first two years of life uses breath to try to deliver more oxygen to the core muscles to help you survive the perceived threat. Note it does not matter if the threat is real or not. So if you slow your breath you shut down the fight/flight/response.
It is IMPOSSIBLE to have a Panic Attack and breathe slowly and deeply
And it is IMPOSSIBLE to breathe slowly and deeply and continue to have a Panic Attack
Once you know you can control Panic Attacks they become less frightening and then you figure out what is triggering it - that is where clinical expertise comes in useful. If you are experiencing Panic Attacks make an appointment as soon as possible and lets get it sorted.