Are all concepts subjective

Subjective Health: Everyday Concepts of Health

Literature:

Faltermaier, T. (2017). Health psychology. 2nd revised and expanded edition, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.
Faltermaier, T., & Brütt, A. L. (2013). Concepts of health and illness: Significance for research and practice. In H.-W. Hoefert, & E. Brähler (eds.). Patient perceptions of illness: a challenge for medicine and psychotherapy (Pp. 59-72). Lengerich: Pabst.
Faltermaier, T., Kühnlein, I., & Burda-Viering, M. (1998). Health in everyday life: lay competence in health action and health promotion. Weinheim: Juventa.
Faltermaier, T., & Wihofszky, P. (2012). Participation in health promotion: salutogenesis - subject - lifeworld. In: R. Rosenbrock, & S. Hartung (Eds.). Handbook for Participation and Health (Pp. 102-113). Bern: Huber.

Further sources:

Faltermaier, T. (2009). Health: physical, psychological and social dimensions. In: J. Bengel, & M. Jerusalem (eds.). Handbook of Health Psychology and Medical Psychology (Pp. 46-57). Göttingen: Hogrefe.
Faltermaier, T. (2005). Subjective concepts and theories of health and disease. In R. Schwarzer (ed.). Health psychology. Encyclopedia of Psychology (Pp. 31-53). Göttingen: Hogrefe.
Faltermaier, T., & Brütt, A. L. (2013). Concepts of health and illness: Significance for research and practice. In H.-W. Hoefert, & E. Brähler (eds). Patient perceptions of illness: a challenge for medicine and psychotherapy (Pp. 59-72). Lengerich: Pabst.
Faltermaier, T., & Wihofszky, P. (2012). Participation in health promotion: salutogenesis - subject - lifeworld. In: R. Rosenbrock, & S. Hartung (Eds.). Handbook for Participation and Health (Pp. 102-113). Bern: Huber.
Kohlmann, C.-W., Salewski, C., & Wirtz, M. A. (Eds.) (2018). Health Promotion Psychology. Bern: Hogrefe.
Rosenbrock, R., & Hartung, S. (Eds.) (2012). Handbook for Participation and Health. Bern: Huber.

References:

Empowerment, health behavior, illness behavior, health action, risk factors and risk factor model, self-help, self-help groups and self-help promotion