The research was executed on 1433 patients, male (1055) and a female (378), of calendar age from 17 to 93 years with a various polyorgan somatic and psychoneurological pathology in remission. The polyorgan pathology worsens age-dependent indicators and increases the bioage of male and female patients. Thus sexual differences exist and practically disappear with the years. In men the polyorgan pathology makes negative influence on the age-dependent indicators in a greater degree and increases the bioage. This may be a cause of lower life expectancy for men compared with women.