Were you looking for information about Bulimia? Bolemia is a common misspelling of bulimia.
Bulimia is an eating disorder that often has its roots in psychological problems. A person with bulimia consumes a great deal of food in a short amount of time and then purges the food from the body, most often by vomiting. Besides vomiting, someone with bulimia might also use laxatives, pills, or liquids that increase how quickly food moves through the body in order to purge. Bulimia can be very harmful to the body. Long-term treatment of the condition usually involves confronting the underlying psychological issues that often contribute to it. This may include therapy, medications, and learning how to eat normally again.
(Click Bulimia for more detailed information about this condition, including information about factors that may contribute to the disorder, as well as tips for helping someone who you suspect may have bulimia.)