A woman accidentally killed herself by taking too many anti-depressants after a few drinks.
Janet Herbert suffered with anxiety and depression throughout her life and was on medication from her doctor.
A Portsmouth inquest heard the 59-year-old, of Cottage View, Landport, Portsmouth, was feeling low on the evening on August 26 last year.
She was at home on her own, and phoned a few relatives and friends..
The next morning a concerned neighbour called the police when there was no answer at her door.
Officers forced their way in, and found her body lying on the sofa with the television on.
A toxicology report showed lethal amounts of two types of anti-depressants in her blood, along with enough alcohol to put her twice over the drink-drive limit.
Speaking at an inquest in Portsmouth Guildhall yesterday, coroner David Horsley said: 'I'm satisfied she did not take her own life.
'She would have just fallen asleep.'
He recorded a verdict of accidental death.