AN open verdict was returned on a nurse found dead at Outlane.
The Halifax inquest was told that Mrs Donna Millar, who worked at Calderdale Royal Hospital, had drunk a bottle of vodka and taken sleeping pills.
Mrs Millar, 32, of Slade Lane, Rastrick, was found in Hall Lane, Outlane, in July last year, a day after disappearing.
She was close to her car and was suffering from hypothermia.
The inquest was told West Yorkshire Police had used their force helicopter to search for the missing woman.
The hearing was told that she had been suffering with insomnia and depression caused by family and financial troubles.
Deborah Hill, a friend and fellow nurse, told the inquest that she was aware that Donna and her husband Darren had their ups and downs.
But over the past 12 months Donna had let things get on top of her. She had financial problems and she was working long hours – sometimes seven days a week.
She said she received a text from Mrs Millar the day she went missing saying she did not like her life.
It caused her such concern that she phoned Mrs Millar's husband Darren and the pair immediately contacted police.
Coroner Roger Whittaker recorded an open verdict. He said there was not enough evidence to suggest Mrs Millar had meant to take her life.