Since it's now been five years since you had your first panic attack, and you said you've tried many medications without success, I'm wondering who was doing the prescribing. Sometimes, it takes a combination of more than one medication for you to get relief from persistent panic attacks.
Several other things which can help in controlling anxiety include regular, mild exercise ... proper diet, access to social activities outside of the home, positive self talk, and relaxation breathing. Getting yourself out of the home and having some time for yourself is always a good idea. That's where a yoga class or even one for tai chi, would be good because it accomplishes two things; it gets you out, and it provides exercise that is physically and emotionally relaxing.
Try some of these things and see how helpful they can be. It may take a few weeks, but it's worth the effort.
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