There is no cure for sarcoidosis, according to Mayo Clinic; however, sarcoidosis may not require treatment if the symptoms are minor, and it often goes away by itself. An individual with sarcoidosis should have any affected organs monitored by a health professional.
Sarcoidosis treatments usually involve beneficial health practices or medication, according to WebMD. Beneficial health practices include maintaining regular checkups with a doctor, quitting smoking, sleeping six to eight hours per night, eating a well-balanced diet and drinking sufficient fluids each day. Regular exercise and weight management are also important.
The most common medication to treat sarcoidosis is prednisone, according to WebMD. Doctors may prescribe steroids to treat fatigue and an ongoing cough. Other possible medication options include hydroxychloroquine and methotrexate.