Unfortunately, I do not believe there is a test for SFI, because it a spongiform encephalopathy: you can't have a test dine for it without having your brain removed and examined or something. I could be wrong about that. But, do not worry, I am a college student as well, and also Latin American :) So when I was going through my panic, I slept maybe 4 hours a night and would spend the rest of it trying to figure out what was going on...like I said, the best thing you can do is really try not to stay in bed if you are not sleepy, and also try to distract yourself. Do not thnk about the documentary you watched. sFI is so rare, so very very very very very rare that you have a higher chance of winning the lottery and getting hit by lightning than to have it. I have some insomniac friends who take melotonin pills to help sleep, and I would also say try to stay off the internet as much as you can....or go get yourself so tired that you cannot help but fall asleep....but the biggest thing of all to remeber is that anxiety and stress only make things worse, and you cannot let yourself fall into these loops of thought.