Experts say that there is still no scientific evidence which proves whether the eyestrain, blurred vision, dizziness, headaches or nausea reportedly caused by watching 3D content, will cause long term damage.
As 3D content and 3D-enabled devices become more mainstream, the health warnings are on the rise.
For example, consumer electronic giants, such as Samsung, have issued several warnings relating to the consumption of 3D.
"There is no decent scientific evidence or research at the moment to show that 3D technology cause any harm to children's or adults eyes...I think at the moment it is more a case of these technology companies covering their backs in the current world of regular litigation," the Telegraph quoted Gail Stephenson, head of the Directorate of Orthoptics and Vision Science at Liverpool University, as saying.
"As with any type of activity done for a long period of time, such as sitting on the sofa while watching TV for hours on end, people may suffer some symptoms afterwards - such as headaches, blurred vision and disorientation. So I think the message to people using 3D technology is not to enjoy it without regular breaks. Whenever we put any of our bodily systems under stress, they react unusually but there is nothing to say there is anything specifically harmful about 3D technology to the eyes of children or adults," she added.