Why is my discriminator loss so high and why is it constant?

i am fairly new to this field and was trying to build a gan to generate ecg signals any help would be much appreciated

global_step = 0

outputs_list = []  # List to store generator outputs
d_losses = []  # List to store discriminator losses
g_losses = []  # List to store generator losses
dtw_distances = []  # List to store DTW distances

for epoch in tqdm(range(num_epochs)):
    # Iterate over the dataset
    total_d_loss = 0.0
    total_g_loss = 0.0
    num_batches = 0

    for i in range(0, len(normalized_record_tensors), batch_size):
        # Get the current batch of real upper segments
        real_signals = normalized_record_tensors[i:i+batch_size].to(device)

        # Generate fake upper segments
        noise = torch.randn(real_signals.shape[0], seq_length, 1).to(device)
        generated_signals = generator(noise)


        optimizer_D.zero_grad()  # Reset gradients before computing the new loss

        for _ in range(n_critic):
            d_loss = train_discriminator(discriminator, generator, optimizer_D, criterion_d, real_signals, generated_signals)
            gradient_penalty = compute_gradient_penalty(discriminator, real_signals, generated_signals)
            d_loss += lambda_gp * gradient_penalty
            total_d_loss += d_loss

        g_loss = train_generator(discriminator, generator, optimizer_G, criterion_g, generated_signals)
        total_g_loss += g_loss

        num_batches += 1

    # Calculate DTW distance
    avg_dtw_distance = calculate_dtw(real_signals, generated_signals)

    # Print discriminator outputs for real and fake samples
    real_outputs = discriminator(real_signals)
    fake_outputs = discriminator(generated_signals)
    print(f"Epoch [{epoch+1}/{num_epochs}], Real Outputs: {real_outputs.mean().item()}, Fake Outputs: {fake_outputs.mean().item()}")

    # Plot the generated segments of length 10 from index 0 to 10
    generated_ecgs = outputs_list[epoch]
    plt.figure(figsize=(10, 6))
    for i in range(len(generated_ecgs)):
        segment = generated_ecgs[i, :350].squeeze()  # Extract the segment of length 10d
        plt.plot(segment, label=f"Segment {i+1}")
    plt.title(f"Generator Outputs - Epoch {epoch+1}")

    # Calculate average losses and accuracies per epoch
    avg_d_loss = total_d_loss / num_batches
    avg_g_loss = total_g_loss / num_batches

    # Store the loss values and accuracies

    print(f"Epoch [{epoch+1}/{num_epochs}], D_loss: {avg_d_loss:.4f}, G_loss: {avg_g_loss:.4f}, DTW distance: {avg_dtw_distance:.4f}")
def train_generator(generator, discriminator, optimizer_G, criterion, real_signals):
    # print(real_upper_segments.shape)
    batch_size, seq_length, channels = real_signals.shape

    noise = torch.randn(real_signals.shape[0], seq_length, 1).to(device)

    generated_signals = generator(noise)

    # Train the generator

    # Pass the generated upper segments through the discriminator
    fake_outputs = discriminator(generated_signals)
    fake_outputs = torch.sigmoid(fake_outputs)

    # Compute generator loss (maximize the probability of the generated upper segments being real)
    g_loss = criterion_g(fake_outputs, torch.ones_like(fake_outputs))

    # Backpropagation and optimization
    torch.nn.utils.clip_grad_norm_(generator.parameters(), max_grad_norm)

        # Calculate generator accuracy
    # predicted_labels = torch.round(fake_outputs).detach()
    # accuracy = (predicted_labels == torch.ones_like(predicted_labels)).sum().item() / predicted_labels.numel()

    return g_loss

def train_discriminator(discriminator, generator, optimizer_D, criterion, real_signals, fake_signals):
    # Clear the gradients of the discriminator optimizer

    # Forward pass through the discriminator with real and fake data
    real_outputs = discriminator(real_signals)
    fake_outputs = discriminator(fake_signals)

    # Create target tensors with the same shape as the discriminator outputs
    real_labels = torch.ones(real_outputs.size(), device=device)
    fake_labels = torch.zeros(fake_outputs.size(), device=device)

    # Compute loss for real and fake data
    d_loss_real = criterion_d(real_outputs, real_labels) if real_outputs is not None else None
    d_loss_fake = criterion_d(fake_outputs, fake_labels) if fake_outputs is not None else None

    # Check if both losses are valid
    if d_loss_real is None or d_loss_fake is None:
        return None

    # Compute total discriminator loss
    d_loss = d_loss_real + d_loss_fake

    # Perform backpropagation and update discriminator weights

    # Unfreeze the generator parameters after every n_critic iterations
    if global_step % n_critic == 0:
        for param in generator.parameters():
            param.requires_grad = True

    # Freeze the generator parameters again
    for param in generator.parameters():
        param.requires_grad = False

    return d_loss