Make sure you are first following the correct procedures to reset the breaker. It may sound silly, but pay attention to which switch you are pressing. Additionally, make sure you fully and firmly push the breaker handle into the off position before returning
A short circuit could be the issue if the circuit breaker won’t reset and trips right away. When a hot wire carrying current touches a neutral wire, a short circuit happens. The flipped breaker in this instance is a safety feature and is proof that your circuit breaker is functioning properly. A short circuit may result in overheating, broken appliances, or even a fire risk. Leave the circuit breaker off and contact a certified electrician if you believe a short circuit is the cause of the circuit breaker’s frequent trips.