A DIABETIC left messages on his girlfriend's mobile phone before slipping in to a coma, an inquest heard.
Craig Ian Crooks, 31, of Sude Hill, New Mill, was found dead by his brother, Colin, last September 28.
Larger than normal amounts of insulin were found in his body.
The Huddersfield hearing was told this caused him to go into a coma and eventually die, because he did not eat to increase his blood sugar levels after taking the drug.
Early on September 28 and after an argument Mr Crooks left a number of voice messages on girlfriend Linda Stringer's mobile phone.
One of these said: "It is nothing to do with you. I hope you find someone who loves you as much as I do."
Coroner Roger Whittaker said there was insufficient evidence to prove that Mr Crooks had taken his life intentionally.
An open verdict was recorded.