I used to work nights for a good number of years, and i found it was easier if I thought of my day and night in reverse....my dinner was actually my breakfast, lunch, snacks and what so on, I would make sure to get enough sleep, not so much "when" but " how much and quality of", some days my neighbors were no help! Especially the ones with babies that cry a lott, dogs, cars, talking and stufff like this doesn't bother me, a crying baby for some reason just...I don't know, maybe it's the maternal instinct, but it will keep me from sleeping.
My shift ended at 8 AM, so I would go to the gym after work, work out for an hour, go home shower or take a warm bath and then go to sleep. I was not over weight and i seemed to be better ajusted, however, I didn't have a husband or children so i could pretty much arrange things to my needs. But something like this might help you, program your day as if it was "daytime". Hope this helps.
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