Take a look at this very interesting article which is entitled “**Easy Way to Reset your Sleep Cycle: Stop Eating**”.
How does it work?
Simply stop eating during the 12-16 hour period before you want to be awake. Once you start eating again, your internal clock will be reset **as though it is the start of a new day. Your body will consider the time you break your fast as your new "**morning."
Basically, the thrust of the article is that according to the Harvard **Medical School, you can skip **food **for 12 to 16 hours so that you can reset your **sleep-wake cycle.
So what exactly does it mean to reset **your sleep-wake cycle? For individuals who often travel, your instinct after having a 6 to 10-hour flight, for example, would mess up your **body clock. Instead of eating **immediately after landing, you will probably go to **sleep **because your **body clock is still adjusting to your time ‘back home’.
The key is to immediately adjust your eating **and **sleepinghabits to the new time zone. This is especially helpful for shift workers and those who often go on week-long or month-long trips to an entirely different continent. By allowing your body clock to immediately adjust to time zone of the country that you are in - jet lag will be a thing of the past.