Don't do it. If you're already stressed out, and looking to get out from that kind of life, nursing is the wrong career. Nursing has plenty of stress in store for you. Someone said that you may have to step in and turn and move patients sometimes. Uhm, no, it's more like, all the time. I'm working at a place that's really great and people help each other already. But even then, there's just SO MUCH turning, moving, cleaning poop, toileting needed for our patients (I'm at a stepdown, usual ratio is 4:1 or 5:1) that it's pretty much all hands on deck every shift. In nursing school, they said, "learn to delegate!" and stupidly teach us what things we're supposed to delegate. People actually think you'll get to delegate a bunch of things to a tech. That's a joke. Yea, once you get out in the workplace, you discover that there's ONE tech for the whole floor sometimes. There's no one to delegate to. You'll be lucky to find another nurse who's free and can help you, and if your patient is obese, good luck finding two more strong and able bodies to help out.
It sounds jaded, but it's true. That's how it is, and I've heard my workplace is high acuity, but generally a pretty good place to work compared to other places where horror stories abound.