Life in Jackson can be a struggle, especially for allergy sufferers.
This is because the capital is one of the five worst places for allergy sufferers for the second time in a row.
"I came back, took the test and found that I was basically allergic to Mississippi," said Jackson resident Brandon Mitchell.
With spring flowers and trees are in bloom and now, with the warming weather, people are starting to kick those air conditioners again.
This means if you have not changed your filters recently, the air in your house or car could be dirtier than the air outside.
"The problem could actually be in your house," Doctor Justine Turner with Turner Care said, "It could be house dust mites or house mites that you do not really see, and when you sleep with the problem, you wake up with the problem. "
For some of us, we can find relief with over-the-counter medications, but for o like Brandon Mitchell, it takes monthly shots to live comfortably in the capital.
"When I'm a singer, I can really say when I sing when it drains a lot," Mitchell said. "It somehow hinders what I do."
Dr. Turner says untreated allergy symptoms can lead to other, more serious illnesses such as sinus infections or pneumonia. Therefore, he believes that it is better to take an over-the-counter medication or an allergy test to see what you are allergic to before the problem progresses.
According to Pollen.com, the pollen count has dropped slightly due to rain. Over the past few days, we've seen mean to high counts in the Jackson Metro area. The top pollen are oak, grasses and hickory