Posted on March 26, 2019

Whether it is hot flashes, mood swings, vaginal dryness, insomnia or some combination of these and other symptoms – or none at all, it is important to learn about the changes your body is going through. We are here to help women through this shift in hormone function, offer explanations as to why specific symptoms occur and define opportunities to control and minimize these symptoms.

Find out here how Optimal Health can help you navigate menopause with the most up to date, scientific, proven methods.

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Noel Williams discusses Male Hormones

Posted on March 5, 2019 by Optimal Health Staff

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Medical Marijuana

Posted on January 29, 2019 by Optimal Health Staff

Many are asking about the procedure at our office of obtaining a medical marijuana card. 

At Optimal Health you must be a current patient before we will issue a card. 

If you have not been seen for a while or are not a patient here yet, you must make an appointment to establish care before we will issue a card.

For the medical marijuana visit, it is a $200 charge for the visit and paperwork that must be filed. Then you will have 30 days to register online. 

If you have questions, call us 405-715-4496. 

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Procedure For Obtaining Medical Marijuana License

Posted on August 26, 2018 by Dr. Noel R. Williams
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Pay your bills online

Posted on August 20, 2018 by Optimal Health Staff

You can now pay your Optimal Health bills online through our Website

  • click on patient resources
  • click Pay Bill at the bottom of the page
  • you will need your account number and client id from your bill
  • you can make an account or make a one-time payment
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Posted on August 8, 2018 by Dr. Noel R. Williams

We all know sleep is important for our health and well being so why are most of us not achieving the recommended 8 hours of nightly sleep?

Today's overscheduled work and personal lives combined with technology - news, stories, movies, tv shows all on demand and us being constantly "plugged in" and available;  makes getting a full nights sleep impossible. So much so that the World Health Organization has declared a sleep loss epidemic throughout industrialized nations. 

Routinely sleeping less than 6-7 hours a night compromises your immune system, more than doubling your risk of cancer. There are links to Alzheimer's disease, blood sugar levels increasing, cardiovascular disease, and stroke. All psychiatric conditions including depression & anxiety are worsened by lack of sleep.

Sleep enriches many of our functions including the ability to learn, memorize and make logical decisions and choices. Sleep recalibrates our emotional brain circuits allowing us to navigate social challenges with composure. Sleep also helps the body regulate the appetite. 


1. keep sleep and wake times consistent. Go to bed at the same time every night and wake up at the same time each day.

2. Have the proper sleep environment. Keep your room quiet, dark, and cool. Optimal sleeping temperature is around 68 degrees. Turn off all electronic devices with screens at least one hour prior to bedtime. 

3. Have a pre-bedtime routine. 

4. Avoid sleep prohibiting agents. Caffeine, nicotine, or alcohol can prevent you from falling or staying asleep. Avoid these wake-promoting agents 8 hours before bedtime.

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