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CPAP has become much more versatile and portable with Battery Backup Packs.

One of the greatest recent technological additions to CPAP is the Li-Ion battery backup packs.
CPAP batteries come in many different styles and configurations. CPAP battery packs are available for both portable and in-home multi-night use. CPAP Battery Store’s batteries give you peace of mind for traveling, hiking, camping, traveling by RV, hotels, cruise ships, and power outages.

Features of CPAP Battery Store’s Portable Batteries:

    • Made from high capacity lithium-ion cells.
    • Works with most makes and models of CPAP and Bi-Level machines.
    • Portable CPAP batteries come with a stylish and functional carrying case, connector tips, AC charger and DC power cord.
    • Four stage LED power gauge on battery indicates remaining usage time.
    • Equipped with standard smart chargers keeping the battery topped off and ready to go as an emergency backup during power outages.
    • Aluminum alloy scratch resistant shell provides maximum durability.
    • Vacation travel: No need to rearrange hotel furniture or worry about locating a power outlet.
    • Great for long flights or use on cruises!
    • Recharge in your vehicle: Use a sine wave inverter to charge your battery pack via the cigarette lighter of your vehicle. Give yourself even more time to enjoy your outdoor adventures!
    • Power other devices: Use a sine wave inverter in conjunction with the battery pack to power other devices. Charge your cell phone, iPod, laptop, iPad and more!

Features of CPAP Battery Store’s In-Home Battery Packs:
    • Perfect for Power outages!
    • CPAP Battery Store’s in-home battery packs can power CPAP and Bi-Level machines for multiple nights without having to recharge.
    • Power other devices: Plug directly into battery pack to power other devices. Charge your cell phone, iPod, laptop, iPad, and run household appliances and more!

What is sleep apnea?
Sleep apnea is a very common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. The pauses in breathing can last from seconds to minutes and occur thirty or more times in an hour. For most, normal breathing starts again with a loud snort or choking sound. Sleep apnea usually disrupts your sleep causing you to come out of deep sleep into a shallow sleep. Sleep apnea causes you to have a poor quality of sleep. This in-turn causes you to be tired during the day.

Interesting facts about sleep apnea:
Sleep apnea many times goes undiagnosed. Your Doctor more than likely cannot detect the condition during a regular office visit. Most who suffer from sleep apnea don't know it because it only occurs during sleep. Usually a family member or bed partner are the first to notice signs of sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common type. Symptoms are – your airway collapses or becomes blocked during sleep causing shallow or breathing pauses. Obstructive sleep apnea can affect anyone but is more common in people who are overweight.
A less common type of sleep apnea is central sleep apnea. This is caused from the area of your brain that controls breathing. The brain doesn’t send the right signals to your breathing muscles.
Central sleep apnea can affect anyone. However, it's more common in people who have certain medical conditions or use certain medicines.
Sleep apnea is a chronic condition that requires long-term management. Lifestyle changes, mouthpieces, surgery, and breathing devices can successfully treat sleep apnea in many people.