If it makes you feel better, my blod pressure spikes when I'm having a panic attack. Mine is usually 90/65 or so. One terrifying event was when I went to pick up my medicine and had a panic attack. My medicine wasn't ready, so I checked my BP at one of those free stations and it was 123/76 and my heart rate was 116 (that is high for me, since I am 5' 4" and about 112). The machine said I was hypertensive - of course I knew it was a panic attack, but I still freaked out. I was crying when I got up to pick up my med, begging the pharmacist to reassure me that the BP goes up with stress. She was like "of course it does!" So just wanted to let you know that you are definitely not alone.
I was going to monitor my BP at home, but it would just make me panic more. Every time I go to the doctor, it's fine, so I try not to even look at my BP anymore!
There's a show from the 90's where Alan Alda hosts. It's on the Science channel a lot. The one particular episode was regarding heart disease and anxiety, blood pressure, etc. They did simple studies, for example, Alan Alda was to count backward from, say, 1036. He had to minus 13 and go backwards. So, 1036 - 13 = 1023 and keep going. And he was timed. It showed how even that type of stress spikes the blood pressure. So at least we are normal!!!!!!!!!