Continuous Muscle Fiber Activity Syndrome

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Definition

Continuous muscle fiber activity syndrome, also known as neuromyotonia, is a rare illness characterized by abnormal movements of the muscles due to impaired impulses at the peripheral nervous system. These abnormal impulses may continue even during one's sleep. Long term cramps, muscle pain and stiffness may be encountered at random instances, making it difficult for the muscles to relax.

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