"The model shows that when your eastbound trip is long enough, the pacemaker cells adjust themselves to move the brain clock backward. This "wrong direction" is what makes it extra hard to recover from long-distance eastward travels. When you go east and cross nine time zones, instead of adjusting nine hours forward, the brain clock sets 15 hours backward. This is the kind of travel where jet lag is the toughest to overcome."
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