You can watch this video that explains the problem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgdZSXOslDM
Check YouTube for other videos. The biggest thing here is the oil rings getting plugged with sludge and carbon deposits. Change your oil often with a high detergent motor oil to reduce the chance of sludge and carbon build up, like mobil 1. If you do this you may get lucky and over a long time reduce the build up in the oil control rings and improve your oil consumption. If you add something like a ½ quart of Marvels Mystery Oil - http://www.marvelmysteryoil.com/product ... stery-oil/
- to every oil change of 2 to 3 thousand miles it would help clean up the inside of the engine faster. Also replace the PCV valve which is easy to do as it is on the back of the valve cover. This will help the piston rings do their job a little easier too. Remember that this did not happen over night. In your case 95,000 miles so if you need it fixed right NOW, you are going to have to replace the rings. If you have time and watch the oil, you may get it improved by doing the above. Never let the oil light come on and do not drive the car with the oil light on. Turn the engine off if the oil light is on. The oil light does NOT tell you the level of oil in the engine. The light comes on because there is no oil pressure to lubricate the engine and it will blow up! Any time you see the oil light on, you are doing extreme wear and damage to the motor.