See a doctor. After an exam he may want to order some tests to evaluate the nerves and determine if you have neuropathy.
Get checked . If you think you may be diabetic get checked out. It can cause numbness in the toes and feet. More importantly you need to find out if you are diabetic.
Talk to your . Internist, endocronologist, or podiatrist. It sounds like you have diabetic neuropathy. Depending on the severity, it is possible to have it reversed. Evidence based medicine has shown metanx which is a vitamin containing l-methylfolate, b6 and B12 to increase epidermal nerve fibers and improve neuropathic symptoms.