Face Painted. Shirtless. Screaming. They Are Sports Fan-Antics. So What’s the Difference Between Them and Being Sports Obsessed?
Source Newsroom: Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Everyone has seen and heard them. During Sunday’s Super Bowl, sports fan-antics will be out in full force – at the Superdome and in bars and living rooms across the country.
But what’s the difference between these sports fan-antics and being sports obsessed? Dr. Bill McCann, a clinical psychologist at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, says there is a big difference and it could affect a person’s well-being. McCann is available to discuss the signs and symptoms of sports obsession, the treatment options for sports obsession and the healthy ways to express and enjoy Super Bowl Sunday.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has a broadcast studio that is linked to Microspace and a digital ISDN line. "As live" interviews can be shot and sent to your ftp site.
Dr. McCann is available for interviews today from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. EST.