I worked night shift for the first 13 years of my career. I finally went to dayshift after my ex-spouse went to day shift, as I realized I wanted to be on the same schedule and that I was essentially spending my life in a tired fog. I feel much more better on days shift. I especially feel better on my days off, because I'm not sleeping them away or laying down for a "little nap" and waking up at 2AM wide awake.
I always thought I liked nights because "there's not much management around", but have found there isn't much management around in the trenches I work anyway, so that's not an issue. I love having PT, OT, social workers, case management, and other resources available to me as I take care of folks.
I'm lucky that our shifts tend to respect each other and there isn't much animosity. Sometimes a night nurse will complain that something was left after being ordered many hours before. Often nurses who work days who have never worked nights think they don't do anything "because everyone is sleeping".