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Consider the basics ... eating ... sleeping...exercising ... gardening ... being in nature.
Food: The general consensus seems to be that heavier foods are useful for grounding such as grains, root vegetables, pulses, dairy products and meat. Remembering to eat really helps. Fasting often makes things worse. Avoid sugar and stimulants such as caffeine.
Sleeping: Normal sleep patterns may be interrupted, which may be OK for a time especially if it's possible to rest as and when it's needed. However, prolonged loss of sleep is a problem. Consider sedating herbs such as Passiflora, Scutalleria, Avena Sativa or Chamomilla.
Exercise: Some people find vigorous exercise, like running, very helpful because of the amount of energy they are experiencing in their bodies. Others find gentle walking or yoga to be more what they need.
'Doing ordinary': In an 'extra-ordinary' time, 'doing ordinary' can be very grounding. By this we mean focusing on ordinary every-day tasks such as cleaning the house, chopping vegetables, weeding or digging the garden, walking the dog etc.
Being creative: Many people have found this to be a time where their creative energies become powerful and can be used as a way of expressing their experience, releasing emotion and grounding and focusing.