When Should You Replace Your Hearing Aid?

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? In some cases, that might be true, but replacing your hearing aids can be very beneficial. While it's always intimidating to get a gadget and learning how to[...]

Does Diabetes Increase Your Chances of Hearing Loss?

What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease that inhibits the body’s ability to produce the hormone insulin, resulting in abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and elevated levels of glucose. Your[...]

Hearing Approved By Georgia Assembly - But not the type you think

Georgia Hearing Day Resolution Adopted

How Your Sleeping Patterns Affect Hearing

March is Sleep Awareness Month, which makes sense because of the gloomy weather, right? Between 7-9 hours of sleep every night boosts memory and creativity, sharpens attention, lowers stress levels,[...]

Four Key Nutrients Essential For Maintaining Hearing Health

While February is known for winter’s emerging groundhogs and Valentines’ Cupid, did you know February is also central to National Eating Disorders Awareness and Screening Week? This week’s purpose to[...]

Properly Caring For Your Hearing Aids

Get Your Money's Worth Out of Your Hearing Aids Hearing aids are like cars, with the proper maintenance and care strategies, they will last you a lifetime. Properly taking care and maintaining your[...]

Winter Precautions to Prevent Hearing Loss


Thank You from Optimal Hearing

Thanksgiving and Christmas may be over, but here at Optimal Hearing, we are still feeling festive. Celebrating over 50 years in the hearing aid business, we are proud to have over 20 locations[...]

Hearing Resolutions for the New Year

As the new year rolls in, there is no better feeling than self-improvement— whether it's in the workplace or at home. Living healthier, embracing life, and utilizing advanced hearing technology to[...]

Hearing Loss and Diabetes