This sounds so familiar, I used to have a lot of lows/seizures too, back when I lived at home with my parents. My bedroom was next to theirs so they would hear me kicking down the wall at night. They also happened at school, the grocery store, at home, with friends you name it!
When I moved out for college 9 years ago, the severe hypos stopped, but so did my control of bg’s.
I’m guessing I might have been afraid of seizing around peers, so letting by bg stay higher.
And while reading your post I realized I might have had some during the night for the past year or two, as I sometimes awake with horrible headaches. I can often put them down to having had a low bg during the night, which woke me up and I had something to drink/eat.
I think that it’d have to have been low for quite some time in order to give me such severe headaches. And other times I have them without having awoken at night, which might be due to what you described, that the body eventually takes care of itself… I’m not sure, but it does make sense to me.
Over the past year I’ve also had two episodes of losing consciousnss during low bg at daytime - well drifting in and out of consciousness while hallusinating is more like it.
And a third time where I hallucinated while being aware of it . that was an interesting experience!
I also frequently get blurred vision when low, which can often be the only sign of me beeing shaky.
Although this might not be life-threatening, my life certainly would be a lot more comfortable without the fear of seizing.