According to The American Academy of Sleep Medicine, if you answer yes to these questions, then be sure to visit your primary care provider because you may have shift work disorder (SWD).
Do you have a schedule that requires you to work when you would normally sleep?
Do you have trouble sleeping or are severely tired due to your work schedule?
Have you had this work-related sleep problem for at least one month?
Does this problem hurt your social, family or work life?
Sleep Tip #262: Get help if you have shift work disorder.