If you have to deload that often, you’re almost definitely messing up with your training volume, training intensity, and/or your daily nutrition.
There are a ton of variables involved in programming deloads effectively, and the sad truth is that nowadays many lifters use “deload” as an excuse to puss out and avoid training hard on a regular basis.
What does your training week look like? Lifting days, exercises, sets, reps, and cardio days and duration?
Also, height, weight, general fat level, and snapshot of a day’s diet.
Auto-regulation can work if you’re smart and you understand the difference between a tough training day when you need to push compared to legit symptoms of approaching “too much.”