I will check it, however maybe make some kind of a system to block that from happening? I can gurantee to you that it is indeed consuming TONS of battery@Crapy hi and sorry for the VERY late reply. I know that you are still experiencing this issue.
This article explains why AdGuard is often at the top of the Android's battery comsumption stats.
That being said, there can be a real problem sometimes. Usuallyy when one of the apps tries to send a request again and again, and AdGuard keeps blocking it. Please open AdGuard's Apps management screen and see if any app has an unreasonable amount of traffic associated with it.
Ok so far i've been able to see that it uses "Mobile radio active" for basically most of the time its on@Crapy it is not some program flaw really. AdGuard operates based on its filters. Each of these filters is a set of filtering rules. When an app or a browser tries to send a request, AdGuard checks it against the filtering rules. Requests that match one of them get blocked (those are requests to ad and tracking servers etc.). Now imagine that an app that sent this request sees no response and is programmed to re-send this request in such case. The new request gets blocked again and the cycle goes on. Each request expends traffic and conusmes battery. These amounts are almost negligible per se, but when it happens over and over and over, it can lead to such situations as yours.
We can't simply not put those rules into the filters, because this is the purpose of adblocker -- to block ads and trackers, but sometimes we have to exclude the app or do something else. That's why we need your help to determine what app behaves abnormally.