In conditions associated with high serum immunoglobulin levels, immunosuppressive therapies may be useful. These include corticosteroids, intravenous immunoglobulin administration, cyclophosphamide, or plasma exchange.
Factors which are considered to enhance tremor should be removed from the lifestyle or diet, such as excessive fatigue, and stimulants such as caffeine.
Physical therapy is sometimes useful as it assists the individual in regaining some control of coordinated muscular activity. It may help, for instance, by teaching one how to brace the limb against a tremor, or to keep the tremulous part close to the body. Exercises to restore coordination and equilibrium, as well as occupational therapy, can help others to adjust their lifestyle to the condition while alleviating its more severe effects on muscle strength and control, as well as skills for daily functioning.