Several things can cause your browser to endlessly reload. Let's explore some common culprits.

Sometimes, the issue lies with the website itself. It might be poorly coded or experiencing technical difficulties, causing it to refresh automatically.

Browser extensions can be handy, but some can interfere with your browsing experience. Try disabling them one by one to see if a culprit emerges.

Your browser's cache stores website data for faster loading. However, a cluttered cache can lead to unexpected behavior. Try clearing your cache and cookies to see if it helps.

A weak or unstable internet connection can cause pages to struggle to load, leading to refreshes. Check your internet speed and stability.

Ensure your browser and operating system are up to date. Outdated software can have bugs that cause reloading issues.

In rare cases, malware can be behind the constant refreshes. Run a malware scan to be safe.

If none of these solutions work, consider seeking help from your browser's support resources or a tech professional.