By: Keleigh Nealon, Buzz60
Scientists in Japan may be on the cusp of a cure for jet lag.
Researchers at Nagoya University's Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules say they have developed a molecule that can alter the protein cocktail that regulates our bodies natural rhythms.
Called KL001, the molecule can shorten our circadian cycles which regulate our sleep patterns.
That would in turn, help us adapt to problematic sleep changes like working overnights or flying across multiple time zones.
The next step scientists say is to test the molecule out on animals.
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