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Acquired neuromyotonia is an inflammatory disorder identified by abnormal nerve impulses originating from the peripheral nerves which result in continuous and spontaneous muscle fiber activity. People with this disorder often experience progressive muscle stiffness and cramping especially in the hands and feet, increased sweating, and delayed muscle relaxation. Symptoms may persist even during sleep or under general anesthesia.