Ask the Doctors, Specialists answer your questions about the Transcendental Meditation program and health
Christopher Clark, M.D.

Christopher Clark, M.D., is a graduate of Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, and a recipient of a child psychology fellowship from the University of Washington. He has practiced medicine for over 20 years and is currently a psychiatrist in Vero Beach, Florida.

Here Dr. Clark answers questions
on memory, focus and decision-making.

Q: I’m in my 50s now and my memory doesn’t seem as good as it used to be. Will the Transcendental Meditation technique help? 

Q: I’m so tired all the time that I have trouble focusing in my work. Could TM help? 

Q: Sometimes I feel so stressed about work and raising my family that I can’t think straight, and I make decisions I later regret. How can adding one more thing to my day help me? 

Q: I’m a little dreamy and impractical—my friends call me spacey. Won’t practicing Transcendental Meditation just increase this tendency to daydream and not focus on things at hand? 

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