It's cool that you're doing this and it reminds me of when I first got into it in high school. In my case, I pretty much always listened to the whole thing in order an average of once a week (did this for a couple years after I got into it)- every day seems like overkill, even for me. As a reminder, "Trout Mask" was my first Beefheart album but I couldn't get into it beyond a few of the more "accessible" cuts like "Moonlight On Vermont" and "Ella Guru". It was only after my dad got me "Safe As Milk" (the one Beefheart album he was familiar with), which I loved that I decided to give "Trout Mask" another chance and became obsessed.
I definitely found it at the right time (freshman year, not too long after I started smoking weed) and have had experiences where it transformed a shitty mood into a good one. I love the interplay, the humor, the musicianship, the poetic nature of the lyrics, and the rule-breaking/alternate universe-creating agenda. And yeah, it ####ing swings- I always bob my head like crazy whenever I listen to it.
I do think the production basically sucks and Beefheart's voice is mixed too loud, often all but drowning out the amazing stuff the band is doing (which is the main appeal, as much as I love the lyrics and enjoy his vocals for the most part). So that's partly why I always recommend also checking out the instrumental "House Sessions" disc from the "Grow Fins" box set. It's a revelation to hear the early versions of about half the album's tracks without Beefheart shouting over them.