חלה chlh qal "be weak, sick"
  niphal "make oneself sick, be sickened"
  piel "make sick"
  hiphil "make sick, show (signs of) sickness"
  hophal "be made sick"
The number of binyanim present for this verb indicate its currency in everyday Hebrew. ("Sick" has a similar range of uses in English.)

In Amos only the niphal is used (at 6:6) of "making oneself sick" = "being upset by".