Anger is a normal emotion which gives rise to a sense of antagonism towards someone when you feel they are trying to do you wrong. Very often anger is an automatic response to either physical or emotional pain; for example, you could get angry if don’t feel well, feel rejected, experience betrayal, feel threatened or when an underlying need is not being met.
We may not be aware of it but there are certain changes that take place in our body and mind when we get angry. There could be physical changes like – rapid heartbeat, fast breathing, clenched fists and jaw, sweating and trembling, muscle tension, restlessness, feet tapping etc. Similarly, there could be emotional changes like – guilt, irritability, feeling overwhelmed, frustration, anxiety etc.