1. More acute senses.

  2. Desire to yell or to move quickly and forcefully.

  3. The eyes are open wider than usual and the pupils are dilated.

  4. The face reddens, but then may turn pale.

  5. Increased physical strength.

  6. Speech and motion are faster and more intense.

  7. Tense muscles.

Religious perspective on anger:
Buddhism presents a quite different view on emotions like anger. Anger is defined here as: "being unable to bear the object, or the intention to cause harm to the object". Anger is seen as aversion with a stronger exaggeration, and is listed as one of the five hindrances.

In Christianity, causeless, excessive, or protracted anger is sinful (Matt. 5:22; Col. 3:8), and unbridled wrath is one of the Seven Deadly Sins. The Bible warns "do not let the sun go down on your anger" , that is, do not let feelings of anger last so long as to become sinful. However, the "wrath of God" merely denotes God's displeasure with sin and with sinners .