If it is bedtime, go to sleep. Fatigue can also be misconstrued as hunger by the body.
In the meantime, drink something. Sometimes our bodies misinterpret thirst signals for hunger. Fill up on fluids. This may instantly solve the problem. Our bodies are about 75% water. It is a vital part of a healthy diet. Water helps flush our systems, especially the kidneys and bladder, of waste products and toxins.
Do some exercise. Take your mind off of the hunger. This will also release endorphins which signal the body to be content. It can mimic eating.
Get active. The more active you are, the less time you have to eat.
Drink some coffee, tea or other no calorie caffeinated beverage. This takes the edge off, and signals your taste buds it is time to stop eating.
Chew some gum or low calorie candies. This will keep the mouth busy
EAT FRUITS AND VEGGIES
Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes—foods high in complex carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, low in fat, and free of cholesterol. Try to get fresh, local produce.