Methocarbamol is another type of muscle relaxant that acts on the central nervous system.

This medication is used to treat symptoms of acute pain associated with various musculoskeletal conditions.

Baclofen is a type of muscle relaxant that acts on the central nervous system.

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Carisoprodol is another type of muscle relaxant that acts on the central nervous system.

This medication is typically prescribed for the treatment of acute pain associated with a number of disorders of the musculoskeletal system.

Common side effects associated with taking chlorzoxazone include: tremor, headache, fatigue, dizziness, or drowsiness.

Cyclobenzaprine is a type of muscle relaxant that also falls into the class of tricyclic antidepressant medications.

Previous studies examining the effectiveness of chlorzoxazone have yielded mixed results.

Further, there have been some reports of chlorzoxazone use being associated with acute liver injury, though these reports are rare.

Common side effects associated with taking cyclobenzaprine include: dizziness, headache, sleepiness, and dry mouth.

Dantrolene is a type of muscle relaxant that acts on the peripheral nervous system rather than the central nervous system.

Dantrolene has been associated with causing acute liver damage, which can be quite severe and may even be fatal.

Possible side effects associated with taking dantrolene include: fatigue, dizziness, drowsiness, diarrhea, general feelings of unwell, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, headache, acne, rash, disturbances in vision or speech, chills, fever, seizures, difficulty breathing, fever, fluid in the lungs, or swelling in the tissue surrounding the heart.

Muscle relaxants, which are also known as skeletal muscle relaxants, are a type of medication that is typically used to reduce or prevent muscle spasms or muscle spasticity that occurs as the result of some upper motor neuron syndromes.